President Al-Assad: Majority of Arab Peoples Support the Syrians against Terrorism

DAMASCUS, (ST)- President Bashar Al-Assad has stressed that visits by Arab popular delegations to Syria have special and great meaning for the Syrian people, particularly as the majority of Arab peoples back the Syrians in the face of terrorism, bloodshed and destruction, whereas the Arab regimes, which have backed and funded the terrorism hitting Syria, are not worth mentioning compared to this majority.

The president made the remarks during a meeting on Saturday with a Mauritanian parliamentary delegation representing some Mauritanian parties and led by leader of the Mauritanian Ravah (welfare) Party Mohamed Ould Vall.

President Al-Assad: Christians in Syria are not Guests or Migrant Birds

DAMASCUS, (ST)- President Bashar Al-Assad has stressed that  the strength of eastern Christians stems from their living in full integration with other religions in the region in general and in Syria in particular.

President Al-Assad made the remarks during his meeting on Sunday with participants in the Syriac Youth General Gathering -Syria 2017 in the presence of Patriarch of Antioch and All the East for Syriac Orthodox Mor Ignatius Aphrem II and a number of patriarchs and archbishops.

"Syria is a homogeneous country and Christianity in our region is targeted as to disrupt this homogeneity and to divide the region into sectarian and religious states with the purpose of legalizing the existence of a Jewish state in occupied Palestine; a scheme that won't be accepted by any Syrian," said President Al-Assad.

President Al-Assad: Some Western Governments Still Supporting Terrorist Organizations in Syria

DAMASCUS, (ST)- President Bashar Al-Assad has stressed that some western governments are still supporting terrorist organizations in Syria both directly and indirectly despite their suffering from terrorism which has begun to hit back in their countries.

The president made the remarks during his meeting on Sunday with an Italian parliamentary delegation led by Senator Paolo Romani, Head of the Italian Delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.

Talks during the meeting dealt with the latest developments in Syria under the ongoing terrorist war imposed on the Syrian people, the delegation's impression about what they saw during their visits to several liberated areas, in addition to the negative and misleading image presented in the western media about Syria during the war.

President Al-Assad: Syria Advancing Steadily towards Victory

DAMASCUS, (ST)- President Bashar Al-Assad has stressed that despite the terrorist, military, economic and media war which has been imposed on the Syrian state for almost seven years, Syria is advancing steadily towards victory thanks to the sacrifices of its army, the steadfastness the Syrians and the support of Syria's friends.

President Al-Assad made the remarks during his meeting on Wednesday with a delegation comprising participants in the International Trade Union Conference for Solidarity with Workers and People of Syria against Terrorism, Blockade, Economic Sanctions and Imperial Intervention Policies.

Determination as to Pursue Fight against Terrorism Reiterated

 DAMASCUS,(ST)- H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad received a letter from his Russian Counterpart, H.E. President Vladimir Putin; the letter was conveyed by the Defence Minister of Russia, Sergey Shoigu.

In the letter President Putin congratulated President Assad on the breaking of the siege imposed on Deir Azzour for more than 3 years by daesh (ISIS) terrorists.

The plans as to continue the joint struggle, fight and cooperation between the Syrian Arab Army and Russian forces as to liberation of all of Deir Azzur from terrorism  was discussed during the meeting.

Assertion was made on the determination of both friendly countries as to pursue and bolster fighting terrorism in all of the Syrian regions till eliminating terrorism  fully as the war against terrorism is not only crucial for Syria but fateful for the entire region and would but draw through its consequences the future of the region people.