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Condemnations for the US aggression on areas in Deir Ezzor continue

On February 27th, the Arab Socialist Baath Party in Yemen, and the Yemeni Social Nationalist Party condemned the American aggression on areas in Deir Ezzor near the Syrian-Iraqi border.

The two parties said in a joint statement: “We condemn and denounce the international silence regarding the unfair siege and repeated attacks on Syria.We call on all the free people of the world to condemn the aggression and siege imposed on our Syrian Arab people and stand against the Zionist and American hegemony.”

Khaddour: The decision to exempt students from certification fees is not limited and it includes all students

The Director of the Consular Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Dr. Hassan Khaddour affirmed  that the decision to exempt Syrian students studying abroad from certification  fees for all academic documents, whether issued inside Syria  or abroad , includes students delegated by the state (on a scholarship)and  those who are studying  at their own expenses. 

A Syrian expatriate wins an educational Oscar in Dubai

The Syrian expatriate,  journalist Muhammad Issam Maho won the Dubai International Award for Human Resources Development, the educational Oscar, for the most popular educational video, titled (I am the creation of my mother), with more than 15 million views.

In a statement to SANA, Maho said:  “What makes me happy with this award is the presence of the name of my country, Syria, among the six countries whose sons won the educational Oscar. I can not imagine seeing such a scientific demonstration without the name of the country of civilization and the first alphabet. I hope that my victory will give many young people hope to overcome the ordeal of our country and to strive to reach the highest scientific and global ranks.

Exempting students studying abroad from legalization fees for all academic documents

On February 3rd, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates issued a decision to exempt Syrian students studying abroad from paying fees for the various academic documents necessary for the student including graduation certificates.

The decision includes the documents which are  issued from Syria or from abroad.

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Syrian students in Cuba denounce the unfair siege imposed by the "SDF militia," on Hasakah and Qmeshli cities

Havana (ST): Syrian students studying in Cuban universities and members of the Syrian community in Cuba denounced the unfair siege being imposed by the "SDF militia," in partnership with the American occupation, on locals in the cities of Hasakah and Qameshli. 

In a statement, the students and members of the Syrian community in Cuba affirmed that these practices are immoral and constitute a war crime and a flagrant violation of the United Nations Charter and human rights, calling on the international community to move to lift the siege on Hasakah and Qameshli and to stop terrorist attacks against their families.