Syria’s Jaafari Slams Informal Paper On Geneva Process

Syria's Permanent Representative of Syria to the UN has criticized the informal paper on reviving the political process in Geneva as it contradicts international resolutions and aims to undermine the Geneva talks and the Sochi Congress. He said the list was established by the USA, UK, France, Saudi Arabia and Jordan, who are directly involved in … Continue reading Syria’s Jaafari Slams Informal Paper On Geneva Process

Mikdad: Syria Will Remain A United, One Country

Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad said on Wednesday that the achievements made by the Syrian army and its allies in the war against terrorism are a matter of pride, affirming that Syria is approaching the phase of victory. Mikdad, in an interposition during an open meeting along with Information Minister Mohammad Ramez Turjman … Continue reading Mikdad: Syria Will Remain A United, One Country

Most Active Supporters Of Syrian Constitution Called Terrorists

The “Syrian National Coalition” asked on Wednesday that the UN Security Council lists the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (YPD) and its US-backed military wing, the People’s Protection Units (YPG) as terrorist organizations. “There is a public and official relationship between the regime of (President Bashar) Assad and YPG militias, because Assad forces and the Syrian … Continue reading Most Active Supporters Of Syrian Constitution Called Terrorists

De-Escalation Zones May Include Homs In Syria

The Russian announcement of the de-escalation zones in Syria is moving at an accelerating pace, with the statement about two new areas in two weeks. Moscow announced de-escalation zones in the southwest of Syria, including the provinces of Suwayda, Daraa and Quneitra. Before the details of the agreement of the declared de-escalation zones were revealed, … Continue reading De-Escalation Zones May Include Homs In Syria

Russia’s FM: Kurds’ Aspirations To Express Via Referendum

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says that Russia and the Kurds of Iraq have strong historical ties that go back decades and that Moscow makes sure its ties with Iraqi Kurdistan do not have a negative impact on anyone else, particularly the Iraqi central government. The Russian Foreign Minister says that Kurds—like all other peoples … Continue reading Russia’s FM: Kurds’ Aspirations To Express Via Referendum

Russia Hopes Astana Talks To Yield Package Documents on De-Escalation Zones

Russia hopes that the forthcoming talks on Syria in the Kazakh capital city of Astana on July 4-5 will yield a package of documents on de-escalation zones, Russian president’s special envoy for the Middle East and African countries and Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said. "Meticulous work continues. We hope documents - there will be … Continue reading Russia Hopes Astana Talks To Yield Package Documents on De-Escalation Zones

Syrian Patriotic Committee Hopes to Approve Draft Constitution Soon

The recently-formed Syrian Patriotic Democratic Opposition Committee spokesman Monzer Akbik said that he was hopeful the draft of the new Syrian Constitution made by committee would be "approved by everyone" and that the result would be useful for the upcoming peace talks in Astana, Geneva, as well as other platforms. The recently-formed Syrian Patriotic Democratic … Continue reading Syrian Patriotic Committee Hopes to Approve Draft Constitution Soon