Syrian information minister's briefing on al-Assad's visit to london
Syria-UK, Politics, 12/16/2002
Syria's Minister of Information, Adnan Omran, has underlined that President Bashar Al-Assad's visit to Britain comes within Syria's adopted strategy of international cooperation and relations.
In a meeting with the Lebanese Broadcasting Cooperation (LBC) TV, Minister Omran pointed out that such strategy aims at establishing best relations with all the world states on the mutual respect basis by which Syria occupied an important position on the international arena.
Omran cited President Bashar Al-Assad was able to deepen that policy of Syria and develop it by means of visiting a number of major European countries including France, Germany, Italy and Spain as well as his reception of a large number of senior European and World officials.
The information minister talked about the British role which is close to the US expressing hope that such close relation would be used for the interest of peace and the implementation of the international resolutions.
Meanwhile, Omran underlined that Syria is committed to her principled stances.
In an interview with the Egyptian newspaper on Sunday, Omran stressed the necessity of unifying Arab positions in the face of hostile policies targeting the Arab nation and her interests.
Omran called on the Arab states to build self-capabilities in the frame of an Arab security, economic and political integration and in different fields.
Omran pointed out that Syria voted for the Security Council resolution 1441 with the aim of protecting Iraqi people from an aggression.
Omran cited that the US Middle Eastern agenda is drawn by Israel referring to the US intentional disregard of the more than 200 Israeli nuclear warheads at a time it (the US) is preparing for a war against Iraq under the pretext of the possibility of her possession elements that may help Iraq to manufacture a nuclear weapon in the future.
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