President Al-Assad receives a congratulatory cable from the Chinese President on the occasion of his winning the presidential elections

 On June 1st, President Bashar Al-Assad received a congratulatory cable from Chinese President Xi Jinping on the occasion of his election as President of the Syrian Arab Republic.

In his telegram, the Chinese president said that his country and Syria enjoy traditional friendly relations, and that Syria is one of the first Arab countries to establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China.

President Xi Jinping said that: “He attaches great importance to developing Chinese-Syrian relations and is ready to work with President Al-Assad to mark the 65th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations.”

Leader of the Iranian Islamic Revolution's Advisor congratulates President Al-Assad on his victory in the presidential elections

Tehran (ST): The advisor of the Iranian Islamic Revolution’s Leader for International Affairs, Ali Akbar Velayati, sent a cable of congratulations to President Bashar al-Assad, congratulating him on his victory in the presidential elections.

"I extend my sincere congratulations on your success again in gaining the confidence of the great Syrian people in these critical circumstances," said the cable published by the Iranian news agency IRNA, considering that this success is the success of the entire axis of resistance.

Velayati added that the Iranian people consider themselves a partner in this great success, which is a strong blow to terrorism and its supporters, expressing wishes for more success, pride and advancement for the Syrian people.

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President Bashar Al-Assad receives a congratulatory cable from the Sultan of Oman on the occasion of his winning the presidential elections

On May 30thPresident Bashar Al-Assad received a cable of congratulations from His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, Sultan of Oman, on his victory in the presidential elections.

In his telegram, the Sultan of Oman expressed his sincere congratulations and wishes for success for President Al-Assad in continuing to lead the Syrian people to achieve their aspirations for stability, progress and prosperity.

President Al-Assad receives congratulations from Presidents of Lebanon, Democratic Korea and Abkhazia on winning presidential elections

 Presidents Michel Aoun of Lebanon, Kim Jong-Un of Democratic Korea and Aslan Bzhaniya of Abkhazia sent congratulatory cables to President Bashar Al-Assad on the occasion of his reelection as President of the Syrian Arab Republic. The leaders extended their heartfelt congratulations to President Al-Assad on his landslide victory in the presidential elections.

President Aoun expressed hope that efforts will continue in the coming period to perpetuate stability and security in Syria, so that the Syrian people live in prosperity and peace that will help the Syrian refugees return to their homeland to participate in its reconstruction.

He stressed the deep-rooted relations between Syria and Lebanon, and affirmed his will to enhance these relations to serve the interests of the peoples in the two countries.

President Assad in a speech addressing the nation on the occasion of his re election

In all national entitlements whether opinion ,military ,work or constitutional related you have always given your own definition of patriotism..

Your definition always carried hidden meanings among its folds be it for friend or foe.It was always a reflection of the circumstances that the country was passing through .Your messages were always clear ,succinct and wise but the enemy always chose to ignore or undermine your messages as a part of their policy that is based on denying reality 

In this entitlement, your definition of patriotism did not differ in content, but it differed in method and style, and will inevitably differ in the results and repercussions. Your messages will penetrate all the barriers and shields they have placed around their minds, and their minds will move from the state of voluntary inactivity in which they have lived for years, to the state of forced thinking of what happens to the homeland.