3 Aug 2012 – Informal comments to the media by H.E. Mr. Bashar Ja’afari, Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations on the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic.
Turkey is looking for a reason to invoke the 1998 Adana Agreement with Syria to justify the military intervention” and Article 5 of the NATO Charter because the“Friends of Syria” (the enemies of it ,actually)made up of 83 countries needs an UN-backed resolution authorizing a “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P) mission.While impeding some of the refugees to return to Syria andwhile training the others in those camps to fight against Syrians and providing them with weapons,Turkey did everything to support the decisions taken against Syrian people .More: they need the Syrian Kurds faction to accomplish that.At the beginning of this summer,trying to influence Syrian Kurdish nationalism, Barzani has pushed for the formation of trained Kurdish militias sent from Iraq to Syria but they were rejected by PYD ,who reaffirmed its stance .
Thou there is no evidence to date that the PYD has engaged in hostile activity against Turkey, Erdogan’s government pushes for igniting a regional war and finding a pretext for a NATO intervention,while making its moves against the Syrian Kurds when asking for a buffer zone along the border areas where they are concentrated, having ,in fact the purpose of helping the guerrillas of FSA,which is loosing ground in Aleppo and their heaven on the Turkish border: Azaz.
By recognizing the Syrian National Council (SNC) as legitimate representative of Syria and electing a Kurd as its leader,Turkey has started the application of the plan.Than Barzani entered the stage and soon all the newspapers were writing about the militias sent from Iraqi Kurdistan ,without mentions about the Syrian Kurds faction (PYD) rejecting it .The success of the plan could very well secure SNC consent to launch joint operations with the FSA against Syrian Arab Army – but it would need a mandate from the Turkish Parliament for troop deployment in a foreign country, as it must according to the Constitution,- and as we saw yesterday,the third step was taken. The Turkish Parliament gives approval for foreign military operation( green light for Syria cross-border operations) following the “mortar attack ” of the Syrian forces inside the Turkish territory .Maybe someone should say that mortars bombs are being used by the Turkish instrument in Syria:FSA and that this type of weapons are not used anymore by the Syrian troops since years!!!!!!!!!It is just another false flag operation which brought death for SAA members in Tel Abyad and the trigger for the start of the real war! A trap meant to influence the international opinion.The victims from the Turkish part are Kurds .It was meant to ignite their anger against the Syrian army and as revenge of the FSA for the known fact that Kurds refused to ally with the Gulf sponsored guerrillas.
Would it prompt Iran to intervene?It could restrict access to Turkish trucks, and interrupt the flow of natural gas to Turkey,but at the moment,as Russia also,it urged Syria& Turkey to show restraint.
This is a leaked video of those “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorists responsible for the NATO false flag attack against the Turkish town of Akçakale in southern Turkey. Those terrorists are based in Tell Abyad in al-Raqqa province near Aleppo. The FSA terrorists are known to be equipped with mortar shells as shown in this video as well. The mortar shells are Russian-made, as the FSA terrorists state in the video, since they are confiscated ammunition from the Syrian Army’s arms depots.http://www.youtube.com//watch?v=OyfpHrq8Bw8
After over a year of harboring foreign terrorists and supporting their operations near and across the Turkish-Syrian border, NATO-member Turkey has claimed it has retaliated with military force against “targets” inside Syria for an alleged attack on Turkish territory that it has blamed on the Syrian government.
Despite heavily armed listed-terrorist organizations operating in large numbers on both sides of the Turkish border with Turkey’s explicit approval and logistical support, the government in Ankara appears to have excluded the possibility that these terrorist forces, not the Syrian military, were responsible for the attack which consisted of mortar rounds the armed militants are known to widely use.
Image: Terrorists operating in Syria pose next to a large mortar. Mortars of all sizes are a favorite of terrorists operating in and around Syria in NATO’s proxy bid to effect violent regime change. The mortars fired into Turkish territory could just as likely have come from terrorists Turkey itself is funding, arming, and harboring on behalf of long-planned NATO machinations. Unlike the Syrian government, the terrorists, Turkey, and by consequence, NATO, all have an actual motivation for launching the initial attack that has caused Turkey to retaliate and predictably call on NATO to intervene.
The New York Times itself, in its article titled, “Turkey Fires Artillery at Syrian Targets in Retaliation for Civilian Deaths,” concedes that:
It was unknown whether the mortar shells were fired by Syrian government forces or rebels fighting to topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad. The Turkish response seemed to assume that the Syrian government was responsible.
Turkey’s immediate, unwarranted act of military aggression, along with knee-jerk condemnations from the US bear all the hallmarks of an orchestrated event – or at the very least an attempt to opportunistically seize upon an isolated incident to disingenuously advance the West’s collective geopolitical agenda.
Syria clearly has no interest in threatening the security of Turkey, nor any reason to attack Turkish territory which would surely give NATO the excuse it has been looking for to directly intervene on behalf of its faltering terrorist proxies.
Turkey Has Longed for a Pretext to Start War with Syria
It was previously reported that Turkey was intended by NATO, and more specifically, Wall Street and London, to lead efforts in carving out “safe havens” in Syria’s north, and to do so either under a false “humanitarian” or false “security” pretext.
This has been confirmed by Fortune 500-funded, US foreign-policy think-tank, Brookings Institution which has blueprinted designs for regime change in Libya as well as both Syria and Iran. In their report, “Assessing Options for Regime Change” it is stated (emphasis added):
“An alternative is for diplomatic efforts to focus first on how to end the violence and how to gain humanitarian access, as is being done under Annan’s leadership. This may lead to the creation of safe-havens and humanitarian corridors, which would have to be backed by limited military power. This would, of course, fall short of U.S. goals for Syria and could preserve Asad in power. From that starting point, however, it is possible that a broad coalition with the appropriate international mandate could add further coercive action to its efforts.” –page 4, Assessing Options for Regime Change, Brookings Institution.
Image: The Brookings Institution, Middle East Memo #21 “Assessing Options for Regime Change (.pdf),” makes no secret that the humanitarian “responsibility to protect” is but a pretext for long-planned regime change.
Brookings continues by describing how Turkey’s aligning of vast amounts of weapons and troops along its border in coordination with Israeli efforts in the south of Syria, could help effect violent regime change in Syria:
In addition, Israel’s intelligence services have a strong knowledge of Syria, as well as assets within the Syrian regime that could be used to subvert the regime’s power base and press for Asad’s removal. Israel could posture forces on or near the Golan Heights and, in so doing, might divert regime forces from suppressing the opposition. This posture may conjure fears in the Asad regime of a multi-front war, particularly if Turkey is willing to do the same on its border and if the Syrian opposition is being fed a steady diet of arms and training. Such a mobilization could perhaps persuade Syria’s military leadership to oust Asad in order to preserve itself. Advocates argue this additional pressure could tip the balance against Asad inside Syria, if other forces were aligned properly. –page 6, Assessing Options for Regime Change, Brookings Institution.
Turkish leaders have clearly spent much time fabricating various excuses to meet Washington’s demands in this regard by fabricating or taking advantage of violence Turkey itself is fostering along its own border with Syria.
The report would also mention Turkey’s role in helping undermine, subvert, and carve out the ancient northern city of Aleppo:
Because creating a unified national opposition is a long-term project that will probably never fully succeed, the contact group, while not abandoning this effort, may seek more realistic goals. For example, it might concentrate maximum effort on breaking Asad’s hold on, say, the elite of Aleppo, which is the commercial capital and which is also the city where Turkey has the greatest leverage. If Aleppo were to fall to the opposition, the demoralizing effect on the regime would be considerable.
Should this option fail, the United States can simply accept a bad situation in Syria or escalate to one of the military options below. –page 6, Assessing Options for Regime Change, Brookings Institution.
The military options include everything from perpetuating violence to, in Brookings’ own words, “bleed
it, keeping a regional adversary weak, while avoiding the costs of direct intervention,” to Libyan-style “no-fly zones,” to a full military invasion. It is clear, upon reading the Brookings memo, that the conspiracy has indeed begun to unfold since its writing – with various military options being prepared and various co-conspirators positioning themselves to execute them.
The Brookings Institution’s “safe havens” and “humanitarian corridors” are meant to be established by NATO-member Turkey, who has been threatening to partially invade Syria for months in order to accomplish this. And while Turkey claims this is based on “humanitarian concerns,” examining Turkey’s abysmal human rights record in addition to its own ongoing genocidal campaign against the Kurdish people both within and beyond its borders, it is clear they are simply fulfilling the agenda established by their Western patrons on Wall Street and in the city of London.
Photo: Turkish tanks entering Iraq to raid Kurdish towns and hunt suspected rebels in 2008. More recently, Turkey has been bombing “suspected” rebel bases in both Turkey and Iraq, as well asconducting mass nationwide arrests. Strangely, as Turkey verifiably does what Libya’s Qaddafi and Syria’s Assad have been accused of doing, in all of their hypocrisy, have been calling for a partial invasion of Syria based on “humanitarian concerns.”
This latest exchange between Turkey and Syria is not the first. Turkey has fabricated stories before involving Syrian troops “firing across” the Turkish-Syrian border. The New York Times published these bold accusations before admitting further down that “it was unclear what kind of weapons caused the injuries on Sunday around six miles inside Turkish territory,” and that “there were conflicting accounts about the incident.” As are all the accusations used by NATO, the UN, and individual member states to justify meddling in Syria’s affairs, these tales involve hear-say from the rebels themselves.
It is clear that Turkey, NATO, and the UN are continuously attempting to set a pretext for the establishment of “safe havens” and “humanitarian corridors” intended to circumvent the UN Security Council which has seen attempts to green-light military intervention vetoed multiple times by Russia and China.
That the UN has failed utterly to condemn the combined provocations and meddling in Syria’s affairs illustrates the absolute failure of supranational, let alone, global governance
On Wednesday morning, three explosions hit at the Square of Sa’d Allah al-Jabri.
Al-Nusra Front, linked with Al-Qaeda organization, claims responsibility for Aleppo blasts
Syrian state TV reports of three powerful explosions in downtown Aleppo, the financial hub and largest city of the country. Reportedly the blasts were caused by car bombs that terrorists delivered to the city’s main square.
Later, terrorists struck again, blowing up a fourth car, this time near a municipal palace in Baba Amr quarter, reports Lebanese Al-Manar TV station.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says that activists on the ground report 40 fatalities and 72 injured in the terror act, most of them military servicemen.
The Saadallah al-Jabri square in central Aleppo where the first three explosions took place is currently controlled by government forces.
Most of the victims of the blasts are civilians. Luckily enough, the three cars on Saadallah al-Jabri square went off early in the morning when the municipal buildings were empty. The House of Officers has reportedly been completely destroyed. Rescuers continue to clear up the debris and the number of victims may grow.
Terror acts like this are not common in Aleppo. The first one happened in February, when two suicide car bombers attacked security compounds in Aleppo’s industrial center killing 28 people. Since then, there have only been two similar attacks.
PESANTISSIMO IL BILANCIO DELLE VITTIME DEGLI ATTENTATI TERRORISTICI, SALITO PER ORA A 31 MORTI.
IL “FRONTE di SALVEZZA”, CELLULA DI aL-QAEDA, HA RIVENDICATO POCO FA L’ATTENTATO.
È appena terminato l’intervento del corrispondente della Tv Siriana da Aleppo, Shadi Helweh, dichiarando questi come “gli attentati più brutali che abbia mai subito Aleppo”, e riportando le seguenti informazioni: le esplosioni sono avvenute intorno alle 7:15 di stamattina. Ai soccorritori, immediatamente giunti sul luogo, la situazione è apparsa subito grave ed hanno cominciato subito a lavorare per estrarre le persone dalle macerie.
Pesantissimo il bilancio delle vittime degli attentati terroristici (è destinato a salire), che supera i 40 martiri e 75 feriti, tra cui donne e bambini.
Cinque erano inizialmente le autobombe, imbottite ciascuna con più di 500 kg di esplosivo: 4 sono state fatte esplodere, mentre l’unità del genio è riuscita a disinnescarne una. Una delle 4 bombe è però esplosa durante il tentativo di disinnescarla d’avanti alla camera di commercio, causando la morte di due membri dell’unità del genio militare e causando enormi danni materiali.
Le operazioni di rimozione dei detriti da parte del dipartimento della protezione civile e dei vigili del fuoco sono già iniziate, però si preannunciano lunghe e difficoltose a causa della enorme quantità di macerie: fin’ora sono stati rimossi quasi 1400 metri cubi di detriti.
This is Aleppo they targeted ,this is how soon,inshAllah will see it again,because Aleppo is not the home of traitors! Aleppo is under attack but soon the victory will come for the right ones!Amin!!!!
Al-Moallem: Well-Known Countries Pursue New Colonial Policies Under Pretext of Humanitarian Intervention
Oct 02, 2012
NEW YORK, (SANA) – Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem on Monday delivered a speech before the United Nations General Assembly.
Following the full text of al-Moallem’s speech
Mr. Vuk Jeremic President of the 67th session of the General Assembly, Excellences, Ladies and Gentlemen,
I would like to congratulate you and your friendly country, the Republic of Serbia, on your election as President of the General Assembly at its current session, and to wish you success in conducting our work in a way that brings back to the President of the General Assembly its important and neutral role in fulfilling his duties away from any political, national or international agendas that violate the rules of international law and contradict efforts to achieve security and stability in the world. We also wish success to the Secretary General of the United Nations in carrying out his duties in enhancing the purposes and principles enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations.
Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, Our contemporary world faces many events that are affecting its states, and continue to cast their shadow on the international scene. Many countries are facing political, economic and financial crises which exceed the capacity of States to cope with their consequences individually. While the peoples of the world wait to see effective and coordinated international efforts to overcome those crises, the reality indicates, instead, the escalation of hegemony and domination on the fortunes of nations and peoples in a way that contradicts the principles and purposes enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations and the norms of international law. Instead of seeking to contribute to the settlement of regional and international disputes by peaceful means, some well-known countries continue to pursue new colonial policies based on political hypocrisy in dealing with those crises, under the pretext of humanitarian intervention these countries interfere in domestic affairs of states, and impose unilateral economic sanctions that lack moral and legal basis, and under the pretext of concepts such as “Responsibility to Protect”, drums of war are beaten, and sedition and unrest are spreading and damaging the structure of national societies. Perhaps, worse of all, is to see permanent members of the Security Council, who launched wars under the pretext of combating terrorism, now support terrorism in my country without any regard to the United Nations resolutions that established the regulations and mechanisms for concerted international efforts to fight this scourge away from political polarization and double standards.
For more than one year now, my country has been facing organized terrorism, that affected our citizens, our human and scientific resources, national establishments, and also much of Syria’s historic and archeological landmarks through terrorist bombings, assassinations and massacres, looting and sabotage activities that horrified citizens in many parts of Syria. The latest example of this terrorist bombing took place recently in Damascus on 26 / 9 / 2012. A terrorist group with the name of “Jabhat al-Nosrah”, one of the al-Qaeda arms, took the responsibility of this attack. It is no surprise that the Security Council failed to condemn this and other terrorist bombings, because some of its members are supporting such acts. This terrorism which is externally supported is accompanied by unprecedented media provocation based on igniting religious extremism sponsored by well-known states in the region to facilitate the flow of arms, money and fighters through the borders of some neighboring countries. Those states either turn a blind eye to the activities of terrorist groups crossing their borders, or provide active material and logistical support from their territory for armed terrorist groups. These facts make me question whether this international consensus by our states on combating terrorism was serious, or it was just merely ink on paper? In what context can we classify the explicit request of the United States from the armed terrorist groups not to surrender their arms as a response to amnesty decrees and decisions issued by the Syrian leadership? We also wonder to what extent the statements of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United States, and France that clearly induce and support terrorism in Syria with money, weapons and foreign fighters, are in line with the international responsibilities of these countries in combating terrorism. One of the ironies that we face is represented by encouraging the extremists in countries within and outside our region to go to the borders of Syria, and enter country, to carry out terrorist acts under the name of “jihad” in collaboration with terrorists from the inside, and this is a fact confirmed by reports of both international and Arab observers. Until today, and as a result of this terrorism, Syria has lost thousands of martyrs from the military and civilians as a price of its quest to defend the integrity of the Syrian state and its citizens in the face of this global terrorist campaign.
Mr. President, The Syrian government has the initiative to call for dialogue at the beginning of the events that took place, without that call finding any positive response from most opposition parties. Also, My Government responded positively throughout the crisis for each sincere initiative that aims to help finding a peaceful solution based on national dialogue among Syrians, and rejects external manipulation, and emphasizes preserving the blood of the Syrians and the unity of Syria and its future. Based on this principled position, and despite the conviction of the Syrian leadership that there are no sincere intentions from some regional and international parties that push for the escalation of the Syrian crisis and fueling its fie and prolonging it through thwarting all attempts for dialogue, and insisting on creating a state of instability to ensure the need for foreign interference, despite all that, Syria cooperated with the Arab Observers Mission, and the subsequent international initiatives linked to the work of the UN Special Envoy Kofi Annan. Syria, out of principle, received the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS), and provided it with all the facilities that enabled it to deploy in an unprecedented record time. The Syrian leadership, also, announced its full commitment to the implementation of the Six Point Plan presented by Mr. Annan, and started the practical implementation of its provisions. It, also, welcomed the Geneva Communiqué that stressed the need for the implementation of these provisions, but the behavior of the armed groups that sought to exploit the Syrian government’s commitment to the plan and the Geneva Communiqué to achieve gains on the ground and expand the area of their presence, in addition to the statements issued by some Western and Arab countries, all this clarified who are the actors and states working to thwart all these Initiatives.
Syria has welcomed the appointment of Mr. Lakhdar Brahimi as the Special Representative of the Secretary-General to succeed Mr. Annan, and stressed its willingness to fully cooperate with him on the principles agreed upon by the international community, particularly the Six-Point Plan. I would like to tell you that the success of any international effort requires, in addition to the commitment of the Syrian government, committing these states supporting armed groups in my country, particularly Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Libya and others, to stop arming, funding, training and harboring armed terrorist groups, and instead to encourage dialogue and renounce violence.
Mr. President, For more than one year now, Syria has been saying that what my country is witnessing is a two-sided problem: the first side is linked to the need for political, economic and social reforms demanded by the public; the second is the exploitation of those needs and demands for objectives that are completely different from the demands of the Syrian people and their interests, and make these peaceful demands as a ladder for armed groups working to sow sedition and undermine security in my country. I referred to this in my speech from this podium last year. I come back today to tell you that the state in Syria made serious and important reform steps that culminated in a new constitution that embraces political pluralism, and was adopted by referendum; consequently parliamentary elections, which were open to multiple political parties, took place and, Now I tell you that Syria is continuing to work with the patriotic components in the opposition to build a new and pluralistic Syria that responds to the aspirations of its people, and is determined at the same time to carry her duties in protecting her people from jihadist and takfiri terrorism, through which armed terrorist groups are working to spread chaos and create sedition among Syrians and threaten their peaceful coexistence.
We heard calls from this podium, and on other platforms, some calls from those who are ignorant of the facts or maybe ignoring them, or also from those who are shareholders in exacerbating them, that invites the President of the Syrian Arab Republic to step down. This is a blatant interference in the domestic affairs of Syria, and the unity of its people and its sovereignty.
The Syrian people is the only part authorized to choose its own future and the shape of its own state that accommodates all groups and spectrum of the Syrian people, including those who were deceived and chose the wrong way. The Syrian people is the one to choose its leadership through the ballot box which represents the most important way of democracy and expression. If some countries that interfere in the internal affairs of Syria are proud of their democracy and freedom of decision of their people, the, it is better for those people to choose its leadership through elections whose form is defined by the new constitution and relevant laws, and then the ballot box will have the final say.
I say to those countries enough illusions, and I invite the national opposition to work together to stop the shedding of Syrian blood, and to sit at the dialogue table and participate in the making of the present and the future of Syria. We don’t bet on any party or factor apart from the Syrian people which is determined, in all its components, to reject all forms of foreign interference in its domestic affairs, and to defeat the advocates of the project of sectarianism, extremism and terrorism, because the bond is very strong in my country between state policies and the aspirations of the people.
Mr. President, Despite all that I said about what my country is experiencing, we still believe in political solution as an essential way to exit out of the crisis, and I call from this platform for:
First: all parties and political groups, inside and outside Syria, to a constructive dialogue under the umbrella of the homeland, and the doors of Syria, as is her heart, are open to anyone who wants construction and dialogue. To achieve this, I call all countries represented in the General Assembly to exert pressure to end violence in my country through ending of arming, financing, harboring and training of terrorist groups.
Second: the results of this national dialogue, after agreement by all parties, will be the map and the future way of the country in establishing a more pluralistic and democratic Syria.
Mr. President, These events in Syria have led to growing humanitarian needs in several key sectors in areas affected by the terrorism of Takfiri groups, which led to the worsening of the living conditions of the Syrian citizens there. While my government is working hard to meet the basic needs of citizens who have been forced by the violence of the armed groups to flee their homes, some have sought to fabricate a refugee crisis through inciting armed groups to intimidate Syrian civilians in border areas and forcing them to flee to neighboring countries. There, they are either accommodated in military training camps, or in what resembles places of detention, amid arid of rugged regions, and exploited their plight to get aid spent mostly on goals that have no relevance to humanitarian objectives. I appeal from this podium to those Syrian citizens to return to their towns and villages where the state will guarantee their safe return and their precious lives away from inhuman conditions they suffer in these camps.
At this point let me ask a legitimate question about the credibility of those who claim to care for providing humanitarian assistance as a response to the needs of the Syrians, and the consistency of those claims with the policy of tightening economic sanctions that badly affect the living conditions of the Syrian citizens. How can imposing sanctions on the banking, health and transport sectors be consistent with caring for the best interest of the Syrians? I also wonder if the legitimate public demands of our citizens, to which the Syrian leadership responded transparently and sincerely, can justify their use as an excuse to continue providing all forms of military, financial and media support to those killing innocent people in Syria, including journalists, doctors, university professors and even religious dignitaries? Or is this the practical interpretation of the concept of “creative chaos” which only serve the expansionist interests of Israel?
Mr. President, What is happening in my country must not make us lose our basic compass which is Palestine and the Golan Heights, therefore the Syrian Arab Republic confirms its adherence to her natural right to restore the full occupied Syrian Golan up to the line of June 6th, 1967, and its refusal of all the measures taken by Israel, the occupying power, to change the natural, geographical and demographic aspects in clear violation of the relevant resolutions of the Security Council, particularly its resolution No 497 of 1981. Syrian renews its support for the legitimacy of recognition by international community of a free and independent Palestinian State on the Palestinian territories occupied in 1967.
The failure of efforts to achieve just and comprehensive peace in the Middle East on the basis of international terms of reference adopted by the international community as a basis for peace between Palestinians and Israelis is due, as everyone knows, to the unilateral positions and actions of Israel, particularly Israel’s insistence on continuing its settlement policy and evasion of requirements of peace.
Mr. President, My country renews the call for the international community to work to free the Middle East of all weapons of mass destruction, and we remind in this context of the initiative presented by Syria during its membership of the Security Council by the end of 2003, and the call upon the Council to adopt it. Syria stresses that evacuating the region of all weapons of mass destruction is unachievable without forcing Israel, the only nuclear power in the region, to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and to put its nuclear facilities under the inspection of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). At the same time we emphasize on what is stipulated in the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty of the light of all States to acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.
Mr. President, The insistence of the United States and countries of the European Union and others to adopt unilateral economic measures contradicts the regulations of international law and the principles of free trade, and raises questions about the legality and morality of such practices. Based on this, we call for the lifting of the embargo imposed on Cuba by the United States for decades. We also renew our call for the lifting and stopping of all unilateral coercive measures imposed on the peoples of other countries, such as Venezuela, Belarus, Iran, Syria and the DPRK.
Mr. President, Our aspiration to achieve a positive reform of the international organization stems from our desire to find a world based on justice, security and prosperity for all the peoples of the world, away from the colonial tendencies of some countries that seek to exploit the United Nations to achieve their own interests at the expense of other countries. We are all hope that the United Nations can take the people of the world to a better future that fulfills their aspirations in life, coexistence, development and food sufficiency away from all forms of tension, confrontation and wars, pursuant to what is established by the United Nations Charter principles and purposes seeking to preserve the sovereignty of States and equality among them in rights and duties.
Thank you, Mr. President.
Al-Moallem Discusses with Ki-Moon Standing Cooperation between Syria and UN in all fields, agreement on halting violence by all sides and launching national dialogue
Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Walid al-Moallem, on Monday met UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and discussed the standing cooperation between Syria and the UN in all fields.
The two sides reviewed the efforts exerted by the UN in Syria in the humanitarian field and in the field of UN Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi as they discussed means of developing this cooperation to facilitate the Brahimi’s mission in addition to what is requested from all sides which are hindering his mission through arming, training and financing the armed terrorist groups.
The two sides agreed on the importance of halting violence from all sides to launch national dialogue among the Syrian people to overcome the current situation in Syria.
– Syrian Arab Army units distributed on Monday in cooperation with Aleppo province medical and food aid to the affected families in Nubl district in Aleppo countryside.
People of Nubl district expressed happiness as the Syrian Arab army answered their calls to provide food and medical aid, calling for intensifying the presence of the Syrian army and eliminating the terrorists who are terrifying the citizens.
Nubl district has suffered from lack of medicine and food stuff before the Syrian army provided the citizens with all medical and food aid they needed.
More about the war against Islam ,those fighters have nothing to do with the Muslims’ beliefs or the Holy Cora’n teachings
Berlin (IRIB) – The BND admitted that only 5% of armed terrorists in Syria Syrians are really, 95% of them are from abroad.
According to the newspaper “Die Welt”, the BND has published in an official and detailed account of the nationalities of the rebels in Syria and their locations in the country.
Most of the rebels come from African countries. It is likely to be members of al Qaeda.
According to the report, the number of rebels in Syria estimated at 14,800.