Syrian president has criticized Jordan’s role in transferring arms to Syrian rebel fighters, ruling out the claims that Jordan government does not control such actions.
President Bashar al-Assad, who was talking to Syria’s state TV Al Akhbariya, said that “it could not be accepted that thousands of fighters come and go out of Jordan, while the country is able to arrest those having simple weapons transferred to Palestine.”
“We do not wait for agreement or disagreement of any side for talks, because the path to dialogue has been open, and any side can join it,” Assad added in his extended interview with the TV.
“On the other hand, difficult parts have ended for Syrian Army, and no great power can defeat Syrian Army. Syria will be cleared of any terrorist, and those who daydream of managing the world, will be out of pace,” he asserted.