The Syrian Information Minister Omran Ahed al-Zouabi said in a new statement at his meeting with the Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council, Ilyas Umakhanov, that Syria wants to become a member of BRICS (Brazil, India, China, Russia and South Africa) and of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in future.
Thus, Syria seeks to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as well as the membership in the emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, in short BRICS.
The Syrian Information Minister Omran al-Zouabi stated at the meeting with Umakhanov (Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council) that Syria “would like to become one day the member of such organizations as the SCO and BRICS”.
In March, at the end of the BRICS summit in the South African city of Durban, the members have expressed “deep concerns” over the ongoing crisis and conflict in Syria and the BRICS countries also warned against any further militarization of the conflict on Syrian soil.
The SCO was established in 2001 and includes Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The SCO organization is said to perform efforts to counter terrorism, threats and radicalization among these member states. Of course, the member countries should also work together on political and economic levels. India, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Mongolia have an observer status and countries like Turkey, Sri Lanka and Belarus are classed as so-called dialogue partners of the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization).
Meanwhile, there are further good news about the cleaning operations carried out by the Syrian Arab Army. According to some sources on ground, some units of the Syrian army were able to kill several foreign-backed terrorists in different areas of the country yesterday. Especially in the Syrian provinces of Idlib, Aleppo, Hama and Homs, the troops of the Syrian army were able to remove several gunmen and jihadists and wounded dozens of these armed thugs.
In the area of al-Qser, located in the Western province of Homs, and in al-Houla and al-Khalidiya, some foreign-backed terrorist groups, including the usual dumb and bearded jihadists, were removed and sent to their 72 male virgins in hell.
Also in al-Alqamia, Tnaiba and Ming, all located in the province of the important Syrian city of Aleppo, some groups of the foreign-backed mercenaries and terrorists were completely wiped out according to some sources. Even in Idlib (Idleb), at least 30 to 40 armed terrorists and Islamists were sent to the hot beard trimmer in hell. These armed thugs in Idlib wanted to attack an airport in the northwestern area but did not succeed. Instead, they flew to another level of afterlife.
Some units of the Syrian Arab army have meanwhile attacked some terrorist hideouts in the central province of Hama – thus, in the Syrian towns of al-Zeghba and al-Tlaisia.