Damascus, SANA – Assistant Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Ayman Sousan, reviewed the latest developments of the terrorist aggression on Syria, stressing that the US destructive policies in the region and the world constitute a serious threat on the international security and stability.
Meeting the delegation of Federation of Arab American Associations (FEARAB) headed by Alfredo Gutierrez, on Thursday, Sousan renewed Syria’s complete rejection of any US or other presence on the Syrian territories without the consent of the Syrian government as “it considers it as an utter aggression and a blatant violation of the international law.”
Sousan stressed the Syrian people’s determination to end this presence, its tools and agents and to preserve Syria’s sovereignty and national and territorial integrity, not allowing any foreign intervention in the country’s internal affairs and the national choices of the Syrian people.
The Assistant Foreign and Expatriates Minister expressed Syria’s appreciation of the stance of the Arab communities abroad regarding what Syria and the region are facing, stressing the important role of these communities in consolidating the resilience of the nation and acquainting the public opinion with the reality of events taking place in the region, in addition to pressuring governments to adopt policies that serve peace and stability and cooperation among states instead of attempts to impose hegemony and increase tension.
For their part, members of the delegation expressed pride over the heroic steadfastness of the Syrian leadership, army and people, renewing adherence to fulfill the pan-Arab duty in defending issues of the Arab Nation.