HOMS, (SANA) – Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs, Dr. Ali Haidar, said that a clear vision to get out of the crisis in Syria will be crystallized within the next two months.
Speaking at the first social dialogue session organized by the National Reconciliation Committee at Sahara Complex in Homs, Haidar added that the local, regional and international parties started working to create an objective environment for a political solution in Syria.
He noted that the current crisis depends on the extent of our understanding of the political program to solve the crisis in Syria announced by President Bashar al-Assad.
Haidar added that the Syrians have great responsibilities in order to be the first country that spread democracy in the world which pretends to be democratic.
In turn, Father Michel Numaan said "Since the beginning of events in Syria, we have been living a conflict between love and peace on one hand and hatred and war on the other hand," calling for tolerance and amity among all Syrians.
The participants called for facilitating the return of families to their homes and helping the release of detainees who did not get involved in shedding the Syrian blood.
They stressed the importance of dialogue as it serves the Syrians' interests and helps build Syria with the participation of all its people.
Haidar Offers Condolences to Martyrs' Families in al-Salamieh
Minister Haidar stressed on Thursday that the crisis in Syria enhanced the national unity among the Syrian people, strengthened them and delivered a message to the world that the Syrian people are unbowed by death and destruction, and that the culture of life logic will survive.
Offering condolences to the families of martyrs killed in the terrorist bombing in al-Salamieh city on Monday, Dr. Haidar said that "We are receiving condolences with the martyrs' families because they are our people and we draw strength from them.''
The martyrs' families expressed their appreciation for the generous gesture of the Ministry of State for National Reconciliation Affairs which helped ease their plight, adding that the homeland is for all the Syrian people and their duty is to offer sacrifices for its wellbeing.
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