U.S. successive administrations made international terrorism and exported it to entire world
Syrian People’s Assembly Speaker, Mohammad Jihad al-Laham, stressed that cross-border terrorism which is targeting Syria is funded and planned by the colonialist western countries and their regional tools which are violating the international legitimacy on a daily basis.
Meeting a delegation representing the Russian St. Petersburg Parliament, al-Laham clarified that the successive U.S. administrations have created the international terrorism and exported it to the entire world and violated the international law.
He pointed out that freeing the nuns of St. Thecla Convent who were kidnapped by the takfiri armed terrorist groups exposes the dependency of these groups to certain countries which are supporting terrorism against the Syrian people.
Head of the Russian parliamentary delegation noted that Syria is not only an ally, but also it is a genuine friend and that Syria’s steadfastness in face of the international terrorism is a source of pride due to the heroism of the Syrian Arab Army and the steadfastness of the Syrian people against the conspiracies hatched against them.
The delegation reviewed the political and civil activities being held in St. Petersburg city as to activate the role of popular diplomacy to support Syria through establishing a Russian-Syrian association for cooperation and staging sit-ins outside the U.S. consulate in protest against the US policies against Syria.
Social Affairs Minister hails role of Russian civil societies in offering assistance to affected children
In the same context, Social Affairs Minister Kinda al-Shammat affirmed that the Syrian government is working to provide basic needs and humanitarian aid to the affected, displaced families, particularly children.
The Minister, meeting the Russian delegation, said that children are the most affected part which suffers from the acts of armed terrorist groups, appreciating the efforts exerted by Russian civil associations which collect humanitarian aid and send them to Syria.
Members of the visiting delegation, for their part, showed readiness to offer possible assistances to the affected children in the country to ease their suffering, including medicine, vaccines and medical treatment.