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Foreign Secretary William Hague said the situation in Syria would not change until more pressure was applied on the Assad regime.
"Of course it doesn't change it immediately, and there is an immense frustration about that. But this is a situation that has now gone on for nearly a year in which more than 7,000 people have died. And so we have to intensify the pressure. We have to continue all this work. I think that the fact that so many countries have come together, and will now be taking many measures together - diplomatic measures, reducing diplomatic ties, increasing the economic pressure and so on. I think that is going to make a steadily greater impact, frustratingly slow though that is," Hague told reporters. [READ MORE AND WATCH VIDEO AT LINK!]