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Topic - Youssef Ahmad
"We are asking for an end to the media campaign against us," Mr. Ahmad told diplomats, among them ministers from Qatar and Saudi Arabia, where two of the region's most popular satellite channels, Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiya, were founded.
"The Syrian opposition is also getting logistical support from Arab countries," he said in his public remarks to the body.