Syrian president has accused Britain of providing military support to terrorists inside Syria.
Bashar al-Assad said that the key to end violence is mounting pressure on Turkey, Qatar, and Britain. Assad told British daily Financial Times that “ while the British send arms to terrorists, how we can expect them to end violence. Britain has never attempted to facilitate dialogue between Syrian sides.
Assad called international community to put pressures on Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia to cut financial and military aid for terrorists. “Pressure on these three countries is key to end violence in Syria,” he added.
He also accused US and France of supporting terrorism in Syria, and said that supports were direct or indirect, both military and non-military.