Syrian Students in Slovakia Call on World Trade Unions to Support Syrian People in Fighting Terrorism

On the occasion of International Workers' Day, Syrian students in Slovakia have called on countries supporting terrorism to stop their support for terrorist groups and to lift unilateral economic measures adopted against Syrian people.

The students said in a statement released Sunday that world and Arab Trade Unions must adopt suitable measures to support Syrian people in their war against terrorism.

They pointed out that Syrian workers play key role in enhancing Syria's steadfastness and confronting foreign intervention in their countries' internal affairs.

Syrian communities in Ukraine, Czech Republic reiterate support for homeland

Syrian communities in Ukraine and Czech Republic have reiterated their support for homeland in its war against terrorism.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the Syrian community in Ukraine held Sunday a celebration on the occasion of the 71st anniversary of Syria’s  Independence Day during which chairman of the community Dr. Imad Zaza talked about Syrian people’s struggle against French occupation till achievement of independence in 1946.

Syrian Students in Bulgaria Condemn International Community’s Silence on Terror Blasts in Syria

Syrian students in Bulgaria has asserted that the terror blast, which targeted bus convoy carrying evacuees from Foua and Kafraya towns last Saturday, comes as a result of the western unlimited support for terrorists.

They said in a statement obtained by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) that the international community remains silent when terrorists perpetrate crimes against Syrian people.

Syrian Community in Egypt: U.S. Terrorism Will Never Weaken Syrian Army's Resolve

Syrian community in Egypt plus several Egyptian and Arab citizens have gathered in Cairo to express their rejection of the US blatant aggression on Syria and crimes being perpetrated by terrorist organizations against Syrian people.

They condemned the US aggression on Syria's sovereignty and asserted their support for the Syrian army and President Bashar al-Assad in fighting terrorism, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

The agency quoted Charge de Affairs of Syrian Consulate in Cairo Dr. Riyad Snih as saying that terrorism being practiced directly by the United States or through its tools – countries or terrorist organizations- will never weaken Syrian army's resolve to fight terrorism.

Syrian Expatriates Angry over U.S. Blatant Aggression on Their Homeland

Syrian community and students in Cuba have expressed their anger over the US blatant aggression on Syria, one day after Deputy Minister of Expatriates and Foreign Affairs  Ayman Susan told Syrian community in Belgium that US policy is the main cause of instability in the world.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the Syrian community and students in Cuba said in a statement released Tuesday that the aggression, which contradicts international law and UN Charter, unmasks the ugly face of America as a leader of new colonialism.