Following the meeting, Zarif said in a press statement that talks with President al-Assad were good and focused on solving the crisis in Syriaae adding that it is time for other players and our neighbors to care about the facts, bow to demands
of the Syrian people and work for combating terrorism, extremism and sectarianism.
But Sepp Blatter insisted he will not bow to demands
from the FA and UEFA president Michael Platini and publish the full report into the bids, compiled by US lawyer Michael Garcia.
He should no longer bow to demands
of egotistic politicians of Lakes state who always want to feed on anarchy of our state.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Qatar will not bow to demands
from three Persian Gulf states to alter its foreign policy, sources close to its government said, suggesting Doha is unlikely to abandon support for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and Syrian militants.
Shura Council financial and economic affairs committee chairman Khalid Al Maskati said that legislators would not bow to demands
for their removal from the talks.
But ministers have so far refused to bow to demands
to review the present system of self-regulation for pub companies.
Thousands took to the streets in the summer of 2011, forcing Singh to bow to demands
to create a powerful ombudsman's post.
But Western diplomats have dismissed this as an Iranian "charm offensive" without substance and an apparent attempt by Tehran to buy time, while it refuses to bow to demands
to halt sensitive uranium enrichment.
Libyan representatives are ready to hold more talks with the United States and with rebels hoping to push Muammar Gaddafi from power, but Gaddafi will not bow to demands
he quit, a government spokesman said.
The Welsh Rugby Union, which has a deal with Wales' four regions for the release of players, has refused to bow to demands
from PRL for compensation and it seems the IRB is powerless to act.
Jean Kahwagi not to bow to demands
from the new Parliament majority to name candidates from the army.
The events come a day after the UN refused to bow to demands
by Laurent Gbagbo, the incumbent president, to pull its troops out of the country.
Tareq Alhomayed, editor-in-chief of the Saudi newspaper ASHARQ AL AWSAT, called on Sunday on Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri to resign rather than bow to demands
for the abolition of the UN-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), which is investigating and trying suspects in the 2005 assassination of his father, former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri.
The embattled premier, who has spent much of the past two weeks at a military base, has refused to bow to demands
for a new election, arguing that the country is too divided to go to the polls.
Farmers' Union of Wales president Gareth Vaughan commended the decision not to bow to demands
by supermarkets and abattoirs - even if it jeopardised the Assembly Government's TB control programme.