Premier: Syrian government won’t allow exploitation of humanitarian aid deliveries

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20140223-1733481Prime Minister, Dr. Wael al-Halqi said Syria won’t allow anyone in the world to use the human aid deliveries for attaining ”suspicious goals” or impingement upon national sovereignty.
During his meeting Sunday with the ”Lattakia…One Heart” gathering delegation, al-Halqi said the government is interested in consolidating the steadfastness of the Syrian people and ”providing aid and humanitarian assistance to all citizens who have been hit by terrorist acts.”
Premier al-Halqi underlined the role of civil gatherings based on time-honored traditions in providing humanitarian aid to the affected citizens and strengthening inter-communal ties for society to remain immune to ”social scourges,” in particular the Wahabi takfiri thought.
Al-Halqi highlighted the efforts of ”Lattakia…One Heart” gathering for strengthening national unity that coincide with an accelerating pace of national reconciliation all over Syria.
The delegation members stressed the necessity of addressing the files of the detainees and the kidnapped and according greater care to the families of martyrs.
Al-Hilal: Global war on Syria aims at undermining the country’s national unity
In a relevant context, Assistant Regional Secretary of al-Baath Arab Socialist Party, Hilal al-Hilal, said that the global war waged against Syria aims at undermining national unity and the social fabric of the country, adding that the plot has failed.
In his meeting with the delegation, al-Hilal highlighted the importance of national and civil initiatives and gatherings in providing services to all spectrums of the Syrian society.
For their part, members of the gathering said that the gathering represents all spectrums of the Syrian society, highlighting the need to alleviate the suffering of the martyrs’ families and improve the level of services in the province.

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