Syria: Counter-terrorism and political process can stop conflict - Assad

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was interviewed by Russian media in Damascus on Wednesday, March 30, regarding the conflict in Syria and the country’s relationship with international powers such as the USA and Russia.
During the interview, Assad discussed the hardship that the Syrian people are facing because of the civil war. He explained the importance that the government places in counter-terrorism measures and the political process.
Assad said, "We believe that the two fundamental axes that might lead to results that would actually protect the country are firstly counter-terrorism, this is a no-brainer, and secondly the political process in order to stop what is happening in Syria."
Footage courtesy of the press service of the President of Syria/Sputnik

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