Zemmour Calls for Reopening France Embassy in Syria

Eric Zemmour, the controversial candidate in France's presidential election, has called for normalization with the Syrian Regime, according to Snack Syria.

(Far-Right) French presidential candidate, Eric Zemmour, said that the closure of the French embassy in Syria was wrong, calling on his country to reopen it. 

Zemmour added in a television statement to France 5, that the closure of the French embassy in Syria, was the result of France’s previous policies, which “exploited the human rights issue as a pretext, brought it to a dead-end, and lost a lot of influence that it previously had.” 

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The French presidential candidate, demanding an end to the demonization of the Syrian government, added: “I only recognize the existing regimes, and if Assad had lost there would have been a caliphate and an Islamic state.”


This article was translated and edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.


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