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Syrian students in Cuba: US coercive measures are a crime against humanity

Havana (ST): Syrian students studying at Cuban universities and members of the Syrian community in Cuba have denounced the US unilateral coercive measures which target the Syrian people, stressing that these measures are considered a flagrant violation of the international law and conventions and a blatant violation of human rights.

In a statement, the students and members of the community said that these unfair measures came within the framework of the terrorist war to which Syria has been subjected to for more than nine years.

The statement affirmed that the US administration, which failed to achieve its sinister objectives through terrorist war, is trying now to achieve them through economic terrorism that targets the Syrian people's livelihood.

The Syrian-American community in a message to Trump: Sanctions against the Syrian people are a war crime and a form of racism

Washington,(ST)-In a letter to US President Donald Trump, members of the Syrian American community in the United States stressed that Washington is committing a war crime against the Syrian people by imposing sanctions and the so-called “Caesar’s Act”, which constitutes a form of racism and must be lifted immediately.

"We stand with our people in Syria who are confronting the most brutal kind of war, the economic war which is being led by the American government," said the letter sent by the president of the Syrian American Architecture Society in the United States, Aziz Wehbe, in the name of the community, during a protest stand against sanctions in Pennsylvania yesterday.

Syrian expats in Pennsylvania: “Caesar’s Act” is an economic war and a form of political racism

Pennsylvania-Washington,(ST)-The members of the Syrian community in the US state of Pennsylvania,and with the participation of a number of American people condemned during a protest stand, in front of the federal building in the city of Allentown, the so-called Caesar Act, which constitutes an economic war and a form of political racism.
 
The participants who raised the national syrian flags demanded an end to the economic war on Syria that has increased the suffering of syrian people, expressing their stand and solidarity with their motherland in the face of the most formidable wars carried out  by America and their rejection of unjust and coercive measures imposed by a number of Western countries on the Syrian people.
A number of  American people who participated in  the protest stand stressed their rejection of their country's policy towards Syria, which contributes to increasing the suffering of its people.

Syrian expatriates in Russia renew their support for their country, Syria

Moscow, (ST) - The Syrian expatriate community in the Russia, with all its political, social, cultural and student spectra, renewed its support for its mother country, Syria, in the face of all the aggression and terrorist war against it.

The community said in a statement to SANA on the occasion of the Martyrs' Day, that “In the light of these difficult days that our country is going through as it grapples with global terrorism financed regionally and internationally, our community in Russia renews the pledge of loyalty to the mother country, Syria and to the steadfast and generous people.

The community members pointed out the enormous sacrifices made by the Syrian Arab Army and the Syrian people in the face of external aggressions and terrorism.

Sheikh Salman Antir, head of national activities in the occupied Palestinian territories, affirmed in a statement to SANA that what Syria faces from pressure and terrorist war, comes as a result of its victories  on terrorism. This terrorism which tried to change the original Syrian principles based on sovereignty and non-subordination to hateful colonialism.

Syrian community in Spain calls for lifting the economic siege imposed on Syria

MADRID, (ST)- The Syrian community in Spain has condemned the unilateral coercive economic measures imposed by the United States and some European countries on Syria and urged immediate lifting of these unfair measures.

Archbishop Nicholas Matti Abdulahad of the Syriac Orthodox Church in Spain, called on the United Nations, the international community and human rights organizations to act so as to put an end to the unfair American and European sanctions imposed on Syria. He made it clear that the Syrian people are currently confronting the spread of coronavirus after nine years of war against terrorist organizations that have been backed by the same forces imposing these sanctions.