Syria strongly condemned the crimes committed by the US-led “international coalition” against Syrian civilians in Deir Ezzor. Continue reading
The Trump administration is allegedly prepared to accept Assad’s continued rule until Syria’s next scheduled presidential election in 2021, New Yorker magazine reported earlier this week, citing US and European officials. The State Department on Tuesday, however, refuted these reports and said that the United States believes that the future of Syria will not include Assad. Continue reading
A special work meeting on “Syria Post-crisis program” chaired by Prime Minister Imad Khamis was held on Monday, during which the participants discussed the phases realized by the technical teams which have been formed to carry out the program prepared by the Planning and International Cooperation Commission in coordination with different ministries. Continue reading
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, stressed that the Syrian Arab army, backed by Russia, restored most of the Syrian lands from the terrorists. Continue reading
The region and the world owe those who fought terrorists in Syria and Iraq, as they fought for regional security and stability, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday. Continue reading
Israel has fired missiles at a military facility in the Damascus countryside, a Syrian opposition watchdog reports. According to Syrian state media, air defense systems intercepted three of the missiles.
The attack comes three days after Syria said Israel fired several surface-to-surface missiles at a military post near Damascus, causing material damage but no casualties.
There was no Israeli comment on the incident.
Talal Silo former spokesperson for the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) revealed during an interview with the Turkish Anadolu Agency that the US and Kurdish factions including the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PPK) agreed to found the SDF only as an excuse to provide arms and supplies to Kurdish militias: the PPK, the People’s Protection Units (YPG) and the Women Protection Units (YPJ). Continue reading
Participants in ‘Syria from Pain to Hope” symposium, held at the Cultural Center of Osuna University, expressed solidarity with Syria in facing the terrorist war being waged against it backed by the US, Israel and a number of western countries and with the participation of the Turkish, Saudi and Qatari regimes. Continue reading
Moscow and Washington could cooperate more actively in Syria, as well on many other security problems, Russia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov told reporters on Saturday. Continue reading