Syrian expatriates in Belgium rally against US and western sanctions imposed on Syria

The League of Syrian Expatriates in Belgium has organized a rally in front of the American Embassy in Brussels in rejection of the Western and American sanctions imposed on the Syrian people, including the so-called "Caesar Act".
The participants lifted the Syrian flag and chanted slogans condemning the American and western sanctions, stressing that these unilateral coercive measures directly affect the Syrians' livelihood. They also called for the immediate lifting of these sanctions.

Head of the League of Syrian Expatriates in Belgium and Luxemburg Antoin Qassis affirmed that the rally expresses the Syrian expatriates' rejection of the American and Western coercive measures imposed on the Syrian people, particularly the so-called "Caesar Act", becauae they constitute a crime against humanity and embody the law of the jungles.

Ministry of Transport: Next Thursday as the date for the flight to transport the Syrian citizens stranded in Erbil, Iraq

Damascus, (ST) - The Ministry of Transport has scheduled the flight for the evacuation of Syrian nationals from the city of Erbil in Iraq next Thursday, the 16th of this month.

The Ministry called in a statement that SANA received a copy of that the Ministry called passengers to be present at Erbil Airport before a sufficient time period, and to adhere to wearing masks and gloves on board the plane and the airport ground.

The Ministry indicated in a statement yesterday that the flight will transport 250 Syrian citizens stuck in Erbil to Damascus International Airport, calling on those who wish to return to review the Syrian Aviation Office in Erbil.

Syrian students in Russia: Participation in the People's Assembly elections is a national duty

Syrian students, who are studying in Russian institutes and universities, stressed the importance of participating in the People’s Assembly (Parliament) elections and choosing the most efficient representatives who are close to the concerns of the people.

They called for commitment to the national concerns.

Jalal Fayez Kahnoucheh, a Syrian student in Russia stressed the necessity of participating in the People's Assembly elections.

Syrians, stranded abroad, are allowed to enter the country via border outlets with Lebanon within 18 hours after PCR test

DAMASCUS, (ST)- The government team tasked with following up the strategy of combating coronavirus pandemic decided to amend the conditions for entry to the country pursuant to the adopted anti-coronavirus precautionary measures.

During a meeting on Saturday, the team decided to allow the Syrian citizens, stranded abroad because of coronavirus, to enter the country via the legal border outlets with Lebanon within 18 hours after conducting their PCR test at the accredited Lebanese hospitals.

 The returnees will be subjected to house quarantine for five days and those who test positive for coronavirus are to be taken to isolation centers.

Syrian and Lebanese communities in Argentina slam the "US Caesar Act"

Commissions and dignitaries representing the Syrian and Lebanese communities in Argentina have slammed the US coercive measures being imposed on Syria.
 
FIA ARAB union in Argentina has expressed its solidarity with Syria in confronting the fierce attack that targets it.
 
"The US destructive strategy that violates both the international law and the UN charter has reached the highest level of evil through implementing the so-called the Caesar Act, " the union said.