The bloody conflict in Syria has reached a third year – and yet some European nations want to pour more weapons into the crisis-torn country. EU Foreign Ministers will look at the possibility of lifting an arms embargo on Syria next week, after France and Britain made a major push to put more guns into the hands of anti-Assad forces. The civil war has already claimed an estimated 70 thousand lives. RT’s Maria Finoshina has followed the nation’s plight from the beginning.
Earlier on Syria News:
Hama: Terrorists loyal to the Turkish madman Erdogan attacked a Syrian army post in Tanjara village, the SAA recaptured the village.
President Bashar Assad relieved the minister in charge of food supplies and prices, appointed the governor of Homs in his place.
Daraa countryside witnessed lately resurgence of terrorist attacks against state institutions, the SAA is redeployed to counter the terror.
Erdogan’s terrorists running loose in northern parts of Syria harming Syrians and fighting each other over what they stole.
Hundreds of COVID-19 lock down stranded Syrians abroad continue to arrive to Damascus thanks to the flights arranged for by the Syrian state.