Damascus, (SANA) – The Syrian Hang Gliding Club concluded the fourth stage of their trip to climb the seven highest peaks in the world and plant the Syrian flog atop them.
Hang gliders club president Tarek Saada and Abdulkader Elewa climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, which is the 4th highest mountain the world at 5,895 meters, planting the Syrian flag on its peak. Afterwards, Saada descended from the peak using a hang glider.
It took the team five days to climb the mountain, beginning on March 7 and concluding on March 11.
The team will head next to the Caucasus Mountains to climb Mount Elbrus, followed by Mount Aconcagua in Argentina, Mount McKinley in Alaska, and Everest in the Himalayas, in addition to visiting to North and South Poles.