Health Sector Spares No Effort to Provide Essential Medical Services to Citizens Despite Terrorist War, Sanctions

 Despite the seven-year unjust war, the coercive sanctions imposed on Syria and the systematic terrorist attacks against medical establishments, the health sector in the country is still providing essential medical services to citizens mainly those who are affected by the war.

Shedding light on the health situation in Lattakia province, Syriatimes e-newspaper interviewed Dr. Ammar Ghannam, Director of Health there.

Dr. Ghannam said the war on Syria is undoubtedly the worst humanitarian crisis in the world as it produced big challenges and difficulties" stressing that the health sector was targeted cruelly and savagely.

He made it clear that the health sector, as other vital sectors in Syria, has faced major difficulties mainly the shortage of medical equipment and medicines in the light of the unilateral economic sanctions imposed on Syria. He pointed out that these sanctions have hindered the procurement of spare parts for medical equipment in hospitals that provide health services to all citizens particularly those who are affected by the ongoing war on Syria.

Political Analyst to ST: Zionist Enemy Confused as Its Security Expectations Undermined

Syrian political analyst has stressed that the Zionist entity [Israel] is too scared and confused because of the results of the war on Syria in the light of the terrorists' defeats in different areas, indicating that the United States seeks exploiting Geneva talks to implement its agendas. 

Dr. Bassam Abu Abdallah told the Syriatimes e-newspaper on Sunday that Israel’s confusion and fear are manifested clearly in the remarks and acts of its officials, who feel that Russia doesn’t take into account what Israel calls ‘its security considerations’.

“All the security and military expectations of the Zionist entity have faded, so it tries to put obstacles and exhaust all parties,” he said, asserting that the Zionist entity continues supporting terrorist groups in Syria in order to realize so-called "security gains".

Revd Andrew Ashdown to ST: MSM Refusal to Report on Syrians' Suffering at Hands of Terrorists "Shocking and Disgraceful"

British Anglican priest has stressed that the views of most people in England towards Syria have been formed by the painfully one-sided mainstream western media that has largely depended on sources from amongst 'opposition' terrorist groups, asserting that political rhetoric of the UK government towards Syria has 'softened' in recent weeks, but the overwhelming policy appears to remain the same.

 Revd Andrew Ashdown, who has visited Syria for Several times before and after the crisis, told that Syriatimes e-newspaper that most people in England have been misled by the western mainstream media, which follows the political agendas of the political establishment.

MP Ahmad Kuzbari to ST: "Syrian Opposition" Still Doesn’t Have Real Will to Participate in Political Process

The postponement of the Syrian national dialogue congress, which was scheduled to be held next month in the Russian city of Sochi, was expected after the provocative final statement issued by the Saudi-backed Syrian opposition group ‘s expanded conference held last Wednesday and Thursday in Riyadh.

The so-called "Syrian opposition" still doesn’t have real willingness to participate in the political process and it can't give what it does not have, according to the Syrian Member of Parliament Dr. Ahmad Kuzbari, who made it clear that the current opposition group is subject to governments and intelligence agencies that pay it money.

Marcus Southworth to ST: Public Opinion Towards Syria Unfairly Distorted to Back Political Agendas

Chairman of the International Conciliation Council (ICC) in the United States Mr. Marcus Southworth has stressed that public opinion towards events taking place in Syria has been unfairly distorted to support conflicting political agendas coming from US allies like Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Turkey.

He sees that it is necessary to change public opinion towards Syria that has accomplished an admirable feat in its fight against terrorism, describing sanctions as ‘evil invention’.

In an e-mail interview with the Syriatimes newspaper on Tuesday, the ICC chairman said: “In the very beginning of the Syrian conflict, maps were being circulated in reputable newspapers and periodicals here in the US showing political changes in the region that would likely result from the “Syrian Civil War”.  Of course, we know that this has not been a “civil war”.  It has been an “un-civil" perpetrated by criminals seeking strategic and economic advantages.”