Any form of constructive dialogue with the West and its regional allies will only be possible after they stop supporting the terrorists, Syrian president Bashar Assad has said. He also cautioned that it’s too early to talk about victory in the conflict despite recent gains by Damascus. “Our army is achieving one gain after another every
Bashar al-Assad: No role for West & allies in Syria until they cut support to terrorists
“We paid a dear price in Syria in this war, but we have managed to foil the Western project in Syria and the world,” he said. “They have failed until this moment, and we haven’t won until this moment. The signs of victory are there, but signs are something and victory itself is another thing,” president Assad said.