International parliamentary Forum of Moscow concludes activities

Moscow, SANA-The international parliamentary Forum  of Moscow concluded its activities on Wednesday with participation of 400 MPs and experts from 132 states, among them Syria by a delegation headed by Deputy Speaker Najdat Anzour.

Anzour said in a speech to the Forum that conditions all over the world requires a comprehensive overview of “our stances as representatives of peoples.”

“Terrorism which was supported by a number of states in Syria will turn back to its funders as terrorism is really beyond borders,” Anzour said.

Earlier, a session was held on media. Syrian MP Aref Tawil affirmed that Syria was subjected to a media war through many campaigns of  fabricated news circulated by a number of Arab and western mass media.

He called on all parliaments to unify efforts in combating false and misleading news through documenting information.


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