Expatriates in Slovakia: Terrorist Acts will not undermine Syria Unity

BRATISLAVA, (ST)_  Members of the Syrian community in Slovakia confirmed that terrorist and criminal acts will not be able to destabilize Syria’s unity, reiterating their stand for their country and army, under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad, until ultimate victory is achieved.

In a statement yesterday, members of the community condemned the cowardly terrorist bombing which targeted innocent civilians in Hassaka city and resulted in killing and wounding scores of citizens last week.

Expatriates' Role in Tourism - Underlined

DAMASCUS, (ST)_ Tourism minister Bisher Yazigi has underscored on Tuesday the important role played by Syrian expatriates in revealing the truth of what is happening in Syria of systematic destruction committed by terrorist organizations against Syrian's historical and tourism monuments.

During his meeting with president of Syrian community association in Italy Jamal Abu Abbas, the minister thanked the expatriates for organizing many activities and popular events recently in Italy.

Syrian Flag Raised on Colosseum in Rome

ROME, (ST)_ Youths of “European Solidarity Front for Syria” raised on Monday, the Syrian flag on the Roman amphitheatre “Colosseum” in downtown Rome in Italy to voice solidarity with Syrian people in the confrontation of the four-year long aggression against Syria.

Italian citizens and tourists were gathered to watch the raise of the Syrian flag on one of the most famous monuments in Italy.

Syrian community in Bulgaria proud of Golan people heroism

SOFIA,(ST)_Syrian community in Bulgaria has expressed its pride in heroism of Golan people who are stick to their national identity, according to the official news agency (SANA).

The agency quoted a statement released by the community on the occasion of the 33rd anniversary of open strike staged by the Golan people as saying: "The steadfastness of our people in the occupied Golan and their rejection of Israeli identity despite suppressive practices against them foiled the Knesset's 1981 decision."

Syrian Communities in Hungaria, Slovakia: Correction Movement a Qualitative Historical Turning Point

 BUDAPEST-BRATISLAVA, (ST)-Representatives of the Syrian Arab community in Hungaria, in addition to members of the Forum for Syria in Budapest, have described the Movement of Correction (CM), led by late leader Hafez Al-Assad, as “a historical and qualitative” turning point in Syria serving the achievement of the Arab national project.