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Paris has also raised the idea of excluding defensive weapons for the opposition fighters from the current blanket EU embargo on Syria.
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I am a bit confused about the bold phrase, especially position of the adjective "blanket".
Can I rewrite the phrase as follows without changing its meaning?
"the current EU blanket embargo"
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
A XXX embargo is an embargo on XXX, right?
In "blanket EU embargo", do you consider the blanket EU as a noun phrase that plays the role as XXX above?