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Bin Aliazer proposes negotiation with Syria
The London- based al-Sharq al-Awsat said on Friday that the Israeli defense minister Benjamin Bin Aliazer has announced he had proposed to the American mediator Anthony Zinni during their recent meeting to enlarge the scale of his mission so as to include the resumption of negotiations between Israel and each of Syria and Lebanon.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 1/12/2002
Al-Shara discusses with Larsen conditions in the ME region
Larsen stressed that there is today an international consensus that any solution to the grave conditions in the Middle East should be built on the UN security council resolutions 242 and 338, ending the occupation and establishing the Palestinian states and that the bridge to negotiations should be built on economic and political bases
Syria-Regional, Politics, 1/11/2002
Syria provides electricity to Lebanon at an agreement between Miro, al-Hariri
The London- based al-Hayat daily said in its Wednesday's issue that the Syrian prime minister Muhammad Mustafa Miro agreed with his Lebanese counterpart Rafiq al-Hariri to re-provide Syrian electricity to Lebanon through the two lines of al-Deimas Anjar and Tartous- Deir Nabouh, after the completion of the maintenance works carried out by the Syrian side and completed on Wednesday.
Syria-Lebanon, Economics, 1/11/2002
Syria and the Beirut summit
The Jordanian weekly al-Hilal ( the Crescent) said in its recent issue published on Wednesday in Amman that Damascus refused to postpone the forthcoming Arab summit in Beirut or to transfer it to another Arab capital.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 1/10/2002
Syria and the Palestinian organizations offices
The Lebanese weekly al-Osbo's al-Arabi said in its recent issue quoting American diplomatic sources as saying that Syria had informed the US through direct diplomatic channels a new stand saying that Damascus is ready to study the closure of the opposition Palestinian organizations offices which take Damascus as a headquarters and to suspend its activities in the Syrian and Lebanese territories.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 1/10/2002
A message from al-Assad to Butaflika
The Algerian President Abdul Aziz Butaflika on Wednesday received the Syrian minister of tourism Saad Allah Agha al-Qalaa who conveyed to his excellency a message from President Bashar al-Assad relating to bilateral relations and developments of conditions on the Arab and international arenas.
Algeria-Syria, Politics, 1/10/2002
Al-Assad stresses to the Italian parliamentary delegation Syria's commitment to ME peace
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday at the Damascus al-Shaab palace received Choustav Silva, chairman of the foreign relations committee at the Italian parliament and members of the accompanying delegation, which represents various Italian parties represented at the parliament.
Syria-Italy, Politics, 1/10/2002
Commercial sexual exploitation of children is not present in Syria
A specialized Syrian delegation headed by the deputy minister of Health Dr. Tarek al-Sheikh took part in the deliberations of the second World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children held on December 17-20 , 2001, Yokohama, Japan..
Syria, Culture, 1/9/2002
Al-Assad confers with the US Senate delegation
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at the Damascus al-Shaab palace on Tuesday received W Owens and members of the US Senate: Richard Durban, David Price and Jim Dives and members of their accompanying delegation. The meeting was attended by the Deputy Premier and foreign minister Farouk al-Shara and the US ambassador in Damascus Theodore Qattouf.
Syria-USA, Politics, 1/9/2002
Libya and Beirut's summit
The London- based al-Hayat daily said in its Tuesday's issue that Syria has strongly joined the line of dealing with the consequences which pushed Libya forward to propose transferring the Arab summit which will be held in Beirut in March 2002.
Libya-Syria, Politics, 1/9/2002
A workshop on the national chemical strategy profile
A Workshop under the title " national chemical strategy profile" was held on January 7 and 8 in Damascus.
Syria, Environment, 1/9/2002
Al-Assad confers with US Senator
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at the Damascus al-Shaab palace on Monday received the US senator J. Rockefeller and members of the accompanying delegation.
Syria-USA, Politics, 1/8/2002
American embassy in Damascus delayed to pay staff salary
Syria-USA, Local, 1/8/2002
Damascus hosts Arab businessmen forum April 27th
Chairman of the Arab Businessmen's union Hamdi al-Tabaa'a has stated that the deliberations of the 6th Forum on Arab Businessmen will be held on April 27th in Damascus. The forum will be attended by the secretary general of the Arab League Amre Mousa and several heads if Arab economic establishments.
Regional-Syria, Economics, 1/8/2002
At last snowfall in Damascus
For the first time since almost 10 years snow have fallen since the early hours on Monday morning in the city of Damascus and in several Syrian provinces for the first time ( in Damascus) a matter which promises of a good agricultural season.
Syria, Economics, 1/8/2002
Al-Assad crown prince Abdullah discuss ME developments on telephone
Syria-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 1/7/2002
Syrian source welcomes the convening of the Arab summit in Lebanon
The Monte Carlo radio correspondent in Damascus quoted Syrian sources as saying that Syria has repeated its welcome to convening the Arab summit in Beirut in March as implied in the statements recently made by the Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Shara.
Syria-Libya, Politics, 1/7/2002
Two Syrian laws, one decree to ratify cooperation agreements with Greece, Yemen, Jordan
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has issued law no.1 for 2002 provided for the ratification of the sea transport agreement signed between Syria and Greece.
Syria-Regional, Economics, 1/7/2002
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