Grospic says West’s insistence to maintain economic sanctions on Syria is irresponsible behavior

PRAGUE, (ST)- Head of the Czech Parliamentary Group for Friendship with Syria Stanislav Grospic has stressed that the insistence of the western countries to maintain unilateral coercive economic measures on Syria and other countries, which are confronting coronavirus pandemic, “is a crime and an irresponsible behavior.”

In a statement to SANA correspondent in Prague on Wednesday, Grospic said the continued imposition of these measures by some western countries shows the subordination of these countries to the United States, warning that these measures badly affect the livelihood of millions of people in Syria and other countries.

 The Czech parliamentarian renewed his call for lifting the coercive economic measures imposed on Syria, Iran, Venezuela and Cuba, pointing out that maintaining these measures indicates the inhuman nature of the American policies.

Hamda Mustafa