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The full text of the Damascus Declaration, which is a statement by opposition figures issued in October 2005 calling for democratic change in Syria.
Hundreds of people were arrested for political reasons. Most of them were Kurds detained following violent disturbances in north-eastern Syria in March during which over 30 people were killed.
The text of resolution 1559 (2004) by the UN Security Council adopted on September 02, 2004, calling on Syrian forces to withdraw from Lebanon.
The text reads as follows:
The full text of the Statement of 99, a statement made by 99 Syrian intellectuals on 27 September 2000 calling for democratic changes in Syria.
In light of the messages conveyed on behalf of Syria by the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, H.E.Mr. Hosni Mubarak and by the Iranian Foreign Minister H.E. Mr. Kamal Kharrazi on behalf of the Iranian President H.E. Mr. Seyid Mohammed Khatemi and by the Foreign Minister of the Arab Republic of Egypt H.E. Mr. Amr Moussa, the Turkish and Syrian delegations whose names are in the attached list (annex 1) have met in Adana on 19 and 20 October 1998 to discuss the issue of cooperation in combating terrorism.