Lawful battle no less important than the political one, Justice Minster asserts

Damascus, SANA- Justice Minister Najm Hamad al- Ahmad asserted the ministry’s determination to cooperate with all friends and honorable people in the world to show up the killers and criminals and not to remain silent on the right of any affected Syrian citizen, considering that the lawful battle is not less important than the political

Meeting the Arab-European delegation to support Syria Wednesday, the minister presented a review on terrorism that targets Syria, documented with photos and videos, pointing out the steps taken by the Syrian government on the legal domain and its will and determination to complete them in light of the western policies’ interference in the
international jurisdiction to curb any issue for Syrian and to stop chasing the criminal killers.

Al-Ahmad considered the western delegations’ visit to Syria and viewing the truths contributed to changing the image of what is happening in Syria in reality , calling on to file the lawsuits because the crimes don’t drop through the statute of limitations.

In turn, delegation members expressed amazement of what has been published at the western media outlets, mainly the French, calling on to prosecute the countries that send terrorist organizations to Syria and to provide them with the documents and evidences to confront the their governments’ politicized and misleading media and to continue the legal measures against the terrorist organizations involved in crimes of killing as well as the countries that facilitated and financed these organizations.

Jamal Qassoumeh , Director of a French TV Channel affirmed his willingness to organize 20 press conferences when he goes back to his country and to invite the politicians and leaderships to present in front of them what he has seen and documented in Syria.

The delegation consists of 30 political, parliamentary, mass media, economic, social, and cultural figures from France, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Algeria, Tunisia, Turkey, Morocco, and Iraq.

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