Bashar al-Assad: Washington has to stop funding and arming of terrorists in Syria.
While a terrorist leader from Saudi Arabia was killed in military operations by the units of the Syria Arab Army (SAA) in the country, President Bashar al-Assad said in new statements that the U.S. administration in Washington must stop the financial support as well as the arming of the terrorists on Syrian soil.
The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad called on the Obama administration in Washington to stop the arming of the foreign-backed terrorist groups in Syria. Syria?s President also urged Washington to stop the threatening with military force if the United States supports the plan for Syria?s chemical weapons arsenals to put them under an international supervision and is interested that this plan for the chemical weapons will work.
Syria?s President Bashar al-Assad said in his recent interview with the Russian TV channel “Russia 24” also that if Syria sees that the U.S. administration in Washington is really interested in stability and peace in the region of the Middle East and stops the threats with a possible US-led military intervention in Syria as well as Washington has to stop the weapons supplies to the terrorist forces on Syrian soil, in this case, then Syria is able to believe that it “can follow through with the necessary processes.”
Bashar al-Assad also said in the interview with the Russian TV channel “Russia 24” that the U.S. administration should stop its “politics of threats” and that Syria is interested to follow Russias proposal in regards of the chemical weapons stockpiles in the Arab country.
Of course, it is certainly true that any foreign country has to stop the funding and arming of the terrorist groups fighting on Syrian soil against the secular government in Damascus. The financial support and the arms supplies by foreign governments into the hands of religious fanatics and terrorists in Syria has to stop. Only in this case, there is a chance to end the conflict in the Arab country.
The Foreign Minister of Syria, Walid al-Muallem (al-Moallem) said earlier that Syria is ready to sign the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and according to the new statements by the Syrian President al-Assad and the government in the capital Damascus, Syria has already submitted the relevant documents to the United Nations (UN) in order to join the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC).
Thus, it seems that the Syrian government is actually following Moscow?s initiative under which Syria has to hand over its chemical weapons stockpiles to an international supervision of the United Nations (UN) and to join the known the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) that prohibits the use of these chemical weapons.
The Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem (al-Moallem) as well as Syria?s President Bashar al-Assad have already shown their willingness to join the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and to place the chemical weapons arsenals on Syrian soil under an international control.
Further, the Syrian government in Damascus has pledged to open its chemical storage sites to inspectors and to provide a full disclosure of all its chemical weapons stockpiles immediately. According to the recent developments, it seems that Damascus has already submitted the relevant documents to the United Nations (UN) and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in order to be in line with Russia?s proposal and the four-stage plan by Moscow about the chemical weapons in Syria.
Meanwhile, another Saudi terrorist was eliminated by the Syrian Army. The Saudi national with the alleged name Abu Turab al-Najdi was a leader of an Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group fighting in Syria against the government of President al-Assad. According to the report, the Saudi Islamist Abu Turab al-Najdi was killed by the united of the Syrian Army in the town of al-Regheh, which is located in the northeast of the Arab country.
It is also reported that the troops of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA9 were able to kill further armed terrorists in battles taking place in the Eastern area of the Syrian city of Deir Ezzor. The terrorist commander from Saudi Arabia, Abu Turab al-Najdi, was killed in these clashes between the Syrian Army and the Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups in Deir Ezzor. Abu Turab al-Najdi was the commander of the “el-Forat” terrorist group.
Also a Jordanian terrorist of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) was killed in the recent military operations by the units of the Syrian Army in the area of Syria?s Daraa. Already yesterday, two Jordanian terrorists were killed by soldiers of the Syrian Army during battles in the area of the Syrian village of Dourin, which is located in the region of Lattakia (Latakia).