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Syrian Ambassador Weighs Solutions in Iraq
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Syrian Ambassador Weighs Solutions in Iraq

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Syrian Ambassador Weighs Solutions in Iraq

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Imad Moustapha, Syrian Ambassador to U.S.

Imad Moustapha, Syrian Ambassador to the United States speaks during an appearance on NBC's 'Meet the Press' in 2003. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Many observers have encouraged the Bush administration to meet with Iranian and Syrian leaders to talk about Iraq. This hasn't happened yet, but the Syrian foreign minister just met with Iraq's government, and members of the Iraq Study Group have spoken unofficially with Syrian authorities about Iraq strategy.

Host Madeleine Brand talks to Imad Moustapha, Syria's ambassador to the United States.

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