Austrian parties call for a halt of arms exports to the Turkish regime

Head of the Austrian Freedom Party Norbert Hoover called on the international community to stop all arms exports to the Turkish regime because of its aggression on Syrian territory.

Hoover, in a statement quoted by the Austrian news agency, called on the international community to stop the Turkish aggression on Syrian territory, which is in violation of the international law and to ensure the cessation of all arms shipments to Turkey.

Hoover pointed out that Austria stopped arms shipments to Turkey in November 2016.

Larijani reiterates the need to adopt a political solution to the Syrian crisis

On October 14, Iran’s Speaker of the Islamic Shura Council (Parliament) Ali Larijani reiterated the need to adopt a political solution to the crisis in Syria.

“Since the beginning of the crisis in Syria and the war in Yemen, Iran has proposed political dialogue, but some countries have insisted on war,” Larijani said, during a meeting with Algerian Parliament Speaker Suleiman Shanin in Belgrade on the sidelines of the 141st Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union.

Syria and Serbia discuss developing parliamentary relations

Deputy Speaker of the People's Assembly Najdat Anzor discussed with the President of the National Assembly of Serbia Maya Djokovic means of enhancing and developing parliamentary relations between the two countries, on the sidelines of the visit of the People's Assembly delegation to Belgrade to participate in the meetings of the 141 Assembly of the International Parliamentary Union which is scheduled to kick off today. 

International condemnations of Turkish aggression on Syrian territory continue

The Moravian Czech Communist Party on Monday condemned the Turkish aggression on Syrian territory, warning that it represents a serious act towards a sovereign state and a violation of all principles of the international law.

In a statement, the Party called on the UN Security Council to act quickly and take all necessary measures to stop this aggression and the suffering of civilians.

In turn, Deputy Speaker of the Czech Parliament, the Head of the Party of Freedom and Direct Democracy, Tomio Okamura condemned the aggression, stressing the need to do everything to restore stability to Syria.

Two Yemeni children injured by Saudi mercenary fire in Dali

SANA'A, (ST) - Two Yemeni children were wounded today by Saudi mercenary fire in al-Dhali province south of Sana'a.

The Saudi mercenaries of aggression targeted Al-Fakher area in Qataba district in Al-Dhali, injuring two children, the Yemeni website Al-Masera Net reported.

A Yemeni girl was killed by a cluster bomb left over from the Saudi aggression in Hodeidah province in western Yemen.