Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Ja'afari speaks after a U.N. Security Council vote on the Syria humanitarian crisis at the U.N. headquarters on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
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Syria said Sunday it is ready to cooperate with a rare UN Security Council resolution to allow humanitarian access, so long as it respects "state sovereignty".The UN Security Council, which has been sharply divided over the nearly three-year Syrian conflict, unanimously adopted resolution 2139 on Saturday, calling for humanitarian aid convoys to be allowed access across the war-torn country.Damascus said the resolution, which condemns terror attacks by Al-Qaeda-linked organisations, was an "admission" by the Security Council of the presence of "extremist Al-Qaeda-linked terrorism" in Syria.
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