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14 May 2022, 10:01

Syrian-Belarusian talks to boost bilateral relations

MINSK, 14 May (BelTA - SANA Agensy). - Syria's Ambassador in Minsk Muhammad al-Omrani and Speaker of the Council of the Republic of Belarus, Natalya Kochanova ,reviewed all aspects of Syrian-Belarusian relations, including parliamentary ones.

The two sides affirmed the willingness and interest of the two friendly countries to move forward in boosting and developing these historic relations in light of the difficult geopolitical situation prevailing in the world and in the face of pressures, sanctions and attempts of external interference in the internal affairs of the two countries.

The Syrian ambassador congratulated the Belarusian people on the occasion of Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War, pointing to Syria's willingness to boost its relations with friendly Belarus in various fields, including the parliamentary ones.

Ambassador al-Omrani expressed Syria's great appreciation for the Belarusian stances in solidarity with Syria in the face of what it has been subjected to and is still subjected to in terms of terrorism, sanctions and unjust unilateral measures, as well as appreciation for the humanitarian aid and initiatives of Belarus towards Syria.

The Ambassador affirmed Syria's support for Belarus in the face of attempts by external interference in its domestic affairs and rejecting the sanctions and measures imposed on it.

Natalya Kochanova indicated that Syria has always been and remains a reliable partner for Belarus in the Middle East , and this is due to the great interaction of the two countries and the good relations between them during the past years, whether at the level of the Presidential level or at the level of the two friendly peoples.

Kochanova noted that the leadership and people of Belarus have always supported the Syrian people in their efforts to preserve the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of their country.

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