US deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes says that the agreement will only cover the provision of “non-lethal” aid, including medical supplies and communications equipment to help the rebels better coordinate their attacks. Rhodes says President Obama remains “uncertain” about the rebels and not comfortable with supplying them weapons.
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President Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan today agreed that they will push for the provision of large amounts of aid to Syrian rebel factions currently fighting against the Assad regime.
The agreement won’t actually have them providing any aid right away, but instead will have them pressing for agreement on the policy at the “Friends of Syria” meeting on intervention, to be held in Turkey next weekend.
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