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Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoubi: “Regional, U.S. & Israeli Scheme in Last Throes”

DAMASCUS (SANA) – Information Minister, Omran al-Zoubi, stressed on Monday that the regional U.S.-Israeli scheme in Syria “is in the last throes and it has clinically been terminated.”

During a reception held by Top News Network under the title “the Day of the Two Victories” at Dama Rose Hotel in Damascus, Minister al-Zoubi said, “We have to be assured that we are heading towards the final victory,” pointing out that the final victory is for Syria and all Syrians.

He added, “The political solution among the Syrians means that all sides agree on a brilliant and great future for their country… the political solution means that we agree on common denominators that protect the homeland and its constitution, sovereignty, independence and army.”

For his part, Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Dr. Fayssal Mikdad, pointed out that Syria’s battle is against the international and regional enemies par excellence, adding that “Syria is exposed to an Israeli war in every sense of the word perpetrated by U.S. European and Arab tools.”

Member of the Regional Leadership of al-Baath Arab Socialist Party, Shahinaz Fakoush, stressed that the Syrians are today achieving “free independence for free and independent Syria and freedom for the people who have lived in security for half a century.”

In turn, Grand Mufti of the Republic, Dr. Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun, said, “After twenty five months of sedition, we stand today on the start of the way and the end of a stage.”

He added, “President Bashar al-Assad called for dialogue and reform months ago, and he talked in his speech about issues more than Geneva will give them … why then they were satisfied with Geneva and refused to come to their homeland even after they were told to come to change the constitution.”

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F.Allafi – May 27, 2013  – SANA

SyrianFreePress.net Patriotic Network reload from SANA at

https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2013/05/28/17728/

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