Sabbagh: The West should abandon its hostile policies in order to return stability to Syria

New York, SANA- Syria’s permanent representative to the UN, Ambassador Bassam Sabbagh, said that returning security and stability to Syria requires that the West abandons its hostile polices, stop its support to terrorism and end the occupation and illegitimate foreign presence in the country and remove the blockade.

“Some states have competed during the current month to issue statements to commemorate the 11th anniversary of the terrorist war on Syria through their terrorist agents with the aim of hindering Syria’s development, destroying its achievements and shedding the blood of its citizens who defend their country’s sovereignty and dignity,” Sabbagh said at a security council session on Thursday.

Sabbagh referred to the phrase of “expressing concern” that those  countries persisted to use in their statements, saying that the actual  concern that all  should express is of the practices of US  occupation forces and their support to the separatist militias in northeastern part of Syria, and their share in the looting of national resources  and the practices of the Turkish occupation and its support to terrorists in northwestern Syria.

Sabbagh said that over the past 11 years, some have shed tears on the suffering of the Syrian people, but they deny that this suffering is a result of the failed policies of those countries, their aggressive actions, provocative statements and their human hypocrisy.

He added that the suffering of the Syrian people began when those states undermined the state of security and stability that the Syrian citizen has lived and their use of terrorist and criminal elements to spread chaos, terror and fear, sabotage and destroy infrastructure and development achievements.

Sabbagh referred to the efforts exerted by the Syrian State to return security and stability to all regions through reconciliations and settlement processes taking place in many cities and areas in implementation of the amnesty decrees that enabled thousands of Syrians inside and outside the country to return to their normal lives.

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