On Tuesday, President Bashar al-Assad received a delegation from the Unified Russia party headed by Russian State Duma member Dmitry Sablin.
The two sides reviewed the developments of the war on terrorism in Syria, with Sablin and the delegation members congratulating Assad on the victories achieved by the Syrian Arab Army against terrorists, particularly the recent victories in the Idleb countryside.
Sablin and the delegation members voiced confidence that these victories will eventually lead to security and stability across all of Syria.
Assad said that the victories that have been achieved prove the determination of the Syrian people and army to continue fighting terrorism until every inch of Syrian territory is liberated, despite the continuing support provided to terrorists by several Western and regional players, mainly Turkey, as recent battles in Idleb proved.
Talks during the meeting touched on the agreements that had been discussed during the delegation’s previous visits, as well as future cooperation prospects and agreements, and the ongoing work to expand cooperation across all levels including in social, scientific, and cultural sectors, in order to achieve the mutual interests of the two countries.
Sablin also discussed with Assad his tour of a number of Syrian provinces, expressing his satisfaction with the return of normal life.
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