Latest News Syria: Letter to Nicaraguan President, José Daniel Ortega
Nov 25, 2012
MANAGUA, (SANA) - President Bashar al-Assad sent a letter to Nicaraguan President, José Daniel Ortega, conveyed by Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Dr. Fayssal Mikdad.
Miguel d'Escoto, the Advisor of Nicaragua's President for International Political Affairs received the letter on Saturday.
D'Escoto expressed, on behalf of the Nicaraguan Government, condemnation of all attempts to interfere in Syria's affairs and sympathy with the Syrian leadership, government and people in confronting the attempts of some countries to undermine Syria's sovereignty and independence.
He stressed his country's optimism over the inevitability of Syria's victory, voicing his country's readiness to offer all possible assistance to help Syria confront the current campaign.
For his part, Mikdad expressed gratitude for Nicaragua over its support to Syria in the international circles and defending the world's just issues.
Mikdad spoke about the attack on Syria and provocations by Turkey and some of the Gulf countries represented by arming, harboring and financing armed terrorist groups to destabilize Syria and undermine its principled positions in the face of Western greed in the Arab region.
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The website of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA is regularly blocked by Washington that doesn't want a political solution and doesn't stop its financial and military aid to terrorist groups.
C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey. Weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries to Syria.
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