The Syrian Interior Ministry warned that take "legal measures" against anyone trying to damageor disrupt diplomatic buildings in Syria.
Such measures may include the arrest and trial of any person "who invade the diplomatic premises, try to break into them or harm them," according to official news agency "Sana."
The ministry said police ordered to take precautions to prevent anyone from reaching the sites of foreign embassies in Syria.
These measures are "based on Syria's commitment to international agreements, especially with the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and Vienna Convention on Consular Relations," the agency.
Since the Arab League decided on Saturday November 12 in Cairo to suspend theparticipation of Syria in the organization several Western and Arab diplomatic missions have been attacked.
Among the diplomatic and consular offices attacked in recent days are the size of France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Tasting, Morocco and United Arab Emirates.
Yesterday, the Arab ministers of Foreign Affairs in Rabat decided to take a three-day ultimatumto the regime in Damascus to stop violence and to send observers Arab Syrian territory.