Slovak journalists, politicians and academics arrived in Syria on Sunday to observe the country's long-running civil strife.
Communist Party president Jozef Hrdlicka, who is leading the group, said they were there "because the Slovak media has conflicting data about the events in the Arab countries in general, and in Syria in particular."
Slovak Science Academy professor and parliamentary candidate Karel Andiryash added: "We knew what happened in Libya.
"We can't accept such aggressive behaviour in the 21st century. In the 19th century all problems were solved by wars and we reject that and call for dialogue."
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