Assad reiterates complaints about foreign support to terror

DAMASCUS, Feb. 13 (MNA) – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has reiterated today complaints about support by Turkey and Saudi Arabia for terrorist groups, reported the local media.

Assad gave an interview in this capital to the AFP, which included several communication agencies, including the National Agency SANA. “The right thing in the fight against terrorism is to ask how long these two nations will support the armed groups in Syria,” he said. “Most of the armed groups belong to the ISIL and al-Nusra Front or to other radical organizations, and therefore every terrorist is considered an enemy."

Syria, the Armed Forces and the people are determined to recover the country, which depends on the performance of regional actors from the outside, Assad was quoted by AFP as saying. Syrian president said it would be possible "to end this problem in less than a year" if the arms supply routes from Turkey, Jordan and Iraq were blocked."

 

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