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There will be no political solution for the Syrian crisis in the near future, Hezbollah deputy leader Sheikh Naim Qassem said Thursday, adding that this raised concerns for the country's postwar unity. Speaking to The Daily Star, Qassem said the U.S. played a main role in preventing a solution to the conflict from being reached. Qassem said Hezbollah was exerting all efforts to support unity in Syria, but that there was concern some countries would take advantage of the absence of a political solution to break apart the state.Trump has said at different points that he wanted to strengthen U.S. forces in Syria or withdraw as soon as possible.Qassem said that as long there was a need for Hezbollah to be in Syria, it would remain in the country.
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