Iraq's Foreign Minister Says His Country Doesn't Recognize Trump's Declaration on Occupied Syrian Golan

AMMAN, (ST)- Iraq's Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim has affirmed that Iraq doesn't recognize US President Donald Trump's declaration on occupied Syrian Golan, reiterating that Golan is a Syrian territory and the international resolutions recognize the Syrian State's sovereignty over this land.

In a statement to "Russian Today" on the sidelines of his participation in a quartet meeting of the foreign ministers of Jordan, Iraq, Greece and Cyprus in Amman, al-Hakim said that Trump's declaration is a unilateral step that violates international legitimacy.

Eleven Civilians Martyred in Terrorist Rocket Attack against Aleppo Areas

Eleven Civilians Martyred and eleven others were wounded in a rocket attack by terrorist groups against al-Nile Street area and al-Khaldeya neighborhood in Aleppo.

Terrorists groups positioned in Aleppo northern countryside Sunday afternoon targeted al-Nile Street area and al-Khaldeya neighborhood in Aleppo with rockets, one of them fell in a market, according to a source at Aleppo Police Command.

Eleven civilians were martyred and eleven others were wounded in the attack which also caused material damage to public and private properties, the source told SANA reporter, pointing out that the wounded persons were taken to Aleppo University Hospital  to get medical treatment.

Al-Moallem, Pedersen Discuss Efforts Exerted to Find Solution to Crisis in Syria

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Deputy Premier, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Walid al-Moallem and the UN Chief’s Special Envoy for Syria Geir Pedersen on Sunday discussed efforts exerted so far to achieve progress in the process of finding a political solution to the crisis in Syria and to complete consultations on the political process, including the committee for discussing the Syrian constitution.

Exhibition on Syrian Culture in Budapest Marking Syria's Evacuation Day

BUDAPEST, (ST)- Marking Syria's Evacuation Day (National Day), an exhibition on Syrian Culture was opened in the Hungarian Capital Budapest.

 The cultural event was held in cooperation between the Syrian Embassy in Austria and the Pazmany Peter Catholic University in Budapest. It showcases some findings of the Hungarian archeological excavation expedition in Syria's al-Markab Castle and the art works of international artist of Syrian origin Bahjat Iskander under the title "Syria is the Cradle of civilizations".

Representative of the Syrian Embassy in Austria, First Secretary Jaber Shammout said that the exhibition comes within the framework of the effective and active role being played by the Syrian communities in identifying Syria's cultural heritage to people abroad, pointing out that the Syrian culture has been one of the main targets of the terrorist war on Syria in order to make ignorance and backwardness prevail instead of knowledge and invention.

Displaced Syrians Leaving Rukban Camp Say US Occupation Forces Starved Thousands of Camp Residents

HOMS, (ST)- A new batch of displaced Syrians on Saturday left al-Rukban Camp in al-Tanf area near the Syrian-Jordanian borders and arrived in Jleigem corridor so as to be transferred to makeshift centers in Homs.

 The process comes within the framework of the Syrian State's efforts to end the tragedy of tens of thousands of displaced citizens who have been trapped for years in the Rukban camp by US occupation forces and their affiliated terrorists positioned in al-Tanf.

SANA reporter said that tens of displaced families, most of them children, women and elderly, arrived Saturday noon at Jleigem corridor on board of trucks and tractors.