Families from Rukban refugee camp have to pay 15.000 $ to militants for leaving

One of the most urgent problems is the situation in the Rukban refugee camp, which is in an extremely difficult humanitarian situation. The administration of the Rukban camp is unable to provide security for the refugees, and stop prostitution, theft, sexual slavery of minors and human trafficking thrive there. More than 6,000 militants of the … Continue reading Families from Rukban refugee camp have to pay 15.000 $ to militants for leaving

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WPC and WFDY expressed support for the Syrian leadership, army and people

President Bashar al-Assad met with members of the World Peace Council and the World Federation of Democratic Youth. Maria do Socorro Gomes, President of the World Peace Council, condemned the crimes against the Syrian people which “have shown the world the stances of the imperialist states towards peace and the sovereignty of nations,” affirming that … Continue reading WPC and WFDY expressed support for the Syrian leadership, army and people

The upcoming humanitarian crisis in Turkey

According to the report of Turkish Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD), the total number of Syrian refugees in Turkey was 3,579,254. In particular, 1,840,866 men and 1,738,388 women. In the border town of Kilis population of refugees (131,074) is comparable to local people (136,319). This results in a serious negative impact on … Continue reading The upcoming humanitarian crisis in Turkey

Constitution-making process in Syria will be completed during 2018

The summit held by leaders of Turkey, Russia, Germany and France on the Syrian conflict ended in Istanbul. The presidents called for the completion of the Constitution Committee's process for establishing a Syrian constitution by the end of this year that would pave the way for a fair election in Syria. National Coalition for Syrian … Continue reading Constitution-making process in Syria will be completed during 2018

Syrian FM: there are still terrorists in the demilitarized zone in Idlib

Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moualem noted that despite the agreement on establishing a demilitarized zone in Idlib, there are still terrorists in the area in question, which shows that Turkey isn’t serious about fulfilling its obligations, and Idlib city is still under the control of terrorists. "The decision of the political … Continue reading Syrian FM: there are still terrorists in the demilitarized zone in Idlib

Syria demanded the UN Security Council to end US-led attacks

Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said the US-led coalition in Syria must end its illegitimate presence in the country. Syria’s demand came in two letters the ministry addressed to the UN Secretary-General and President of the United Nations Security Council. The letters also demanded the UN Security Council to take a prompt action to stop US-led … Continue reading Syria demanded the UN Security Council to end US-led attacks

India and Syria to boost cooperation

Two-way trade between India and Syria is expected to reach USD 500 Million in next 3 Years, said FIEO president Ganesh Kumar Gupta recently. Leading the biggest delegation of Indian entrepreneurs to Syria, consisting of 84 members, Gupta recently said that the two countries should endeavour to take bilateral trade from USD 175 million in … Continue reading India and Syria to boost cooperation