Assad, Putin meet at Kremlin

Moscow (IP)- The Syrian president traveled to Moscow in an unannounced visit and met with his Russin counterpart at the Kremlin.

Iran PressEurope: During the meeting with Bashar al-Assad, Vladimir Putin said that the presence of foreign forces in Syria without the permission of officials and the government is one of the main problems that Syria is facing.

He added that the presence of foreign armed forces in Syria without the permission of the United Nations and without the permission of Syria is a major problem in the middle easter country, and it is in conflict with international law.

The Russian president said the presence of foreign troops in Syria would hamper the country's efforts to strengthen and rebuild.

Putin also stressed that the government of Bashar al-Assad is making significant efforts to establish a dialogue with the political opposition and rebuild and strengthen Syria. Despite all the challenges of the past years in Syria, the Syrian people trust him.

He expressed hope that the joint effort would help the Syrian people to stand on their own two feet in the true sense of the word and, above all, help revitalize the country in the economic, social, and health spheres.

Bashar al-Assad also criticized the sanctions against the Syrian people, calling them inhumane and illegal.

According to Russian media, Bashar al-Assad arrived in Moscow on Monday on an unannounced visit and met with Putin in the Kremlin. 


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