Syrian President Bashar al-Assad welcomed today a Russian delegation in which the parties called for the strengthening of cooperation between the two countries in areas such as oil, gas, phosphate, transport and pharmaceutical industry. Continue reading
The Syrian President Bashar Assad on September 17 met Italian parliamentary delegation led by Member of the Senate, Senator Mario Romani in Damascus.
In a letter to Iran’s Supreme Leader, Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad thanked Iran’s support to fight against terrorism and break Deir ez Zor’s siege.
President Bashar al-Assad called on Tuesday Maj. Gen. Rafiq Shahada, head of the Security Committee in Deir Ezzor, Maj. Gen. Hassan Mohammad, leader of Division 17, Brig. Gen. Issam Zahr Eddin, leader of Brigade 104 in the Presidential Guard and the soldiers guarding Deir Ezzor Airport after the Syrian army broke ISIS siege imposed on Deir Ezzor city for more than three years earlier on the day.
The last United States ambassador to Syria Robert Ford said that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has won, that Iran is likely to stay in Syria, and that “this is the new reality that we have to accept, and there isn’t much we can do about it,” in an interview Monday.
Countries that want to reopen embassies in Damascus or resume ties with the Damascus government must end their support for Syria’s rebels, President Bashar al-Assad said on Sunday.
Investigators have collected enough evidence to prosecute Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for war crimes, leading UN official Carla del Ponte said on Sunday.
Speaking with the American broadcaster ABC, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov claimed the “whole core, the essential element” of the Kremlin’s policy towards Syria is helping the Syrian people to make their own choices freely.
The Pentagon this week declared that 40 percent of Raqqa in Syria has been liberated. Bashar Assad’s forces are miles away from Abu Kamal, and it seems that in eight to 12 months eastern Syria will be cleared of Daesh. So what is next for the United States in Syria, especially with regard to the People’s Protection Units (YPG)?