Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad said that the political program announced by President Bashar al-Assad came to meet the Syrian people’s aspirations and the government continuous directives to come out of the crisis through a national comprehensive dialogue and a plan to make Syria realize democracy, political pluralism and media freedom.
Mikdad on Thursday met ambassadors accredited in Damascus, heads of diplomatic missions, chairmen of UN offices and the International Red Cross in Syria to brief them on the political program to resolve the crisis in Syria.
He affirmed that the political solution is the method Syria has adopted since the start of the crisis in addition to bearing responsibilities for combating terrorism.
Mikdad added that the media feverish campaigns launched by some institutions against Syria at the declaration of the political program came as a reflection of the real objectives of the countries which seek division of Syria and change its stances.
He asked the ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions, chairmen of UN offices and the International Red Cross to notify their countries of the importance of the political program after analyzing it away of distortion practiced by specific states to continue the destruction machine and killing, supported by the US and some western, Gulf states.
Mikdad handed them copies of the political program and the documents sent by Syria to the UN Secretary General and the UN Security Council.