Foreign Minister, Faisal Al-Miqdad, said in a press conference held today, Monday, that “the Arab League is an institution in which Arabs gather, which has not achieved any of the goals, and what concerns us is improving relations with Arab countries,” stressing that “Syria’s return to the League is not in the center of our attention.” .
Al-Miqdad continued: “The Turkish regime bears the responsibility for the failure to reach results in the Constitutional Committee,” adding that “drafting the constitution will not be at the expense of the Syrian people and the fragmentation of their country,” as he put it.
Al-Miqdad explained that the United States is one of the most abused and violators of human rights issues, stressing that the American aggression destroyed the city of Raqqa, which is a living witness to its brutality.
The minister indicated that everything related to the committee to discuss the constitution is a purely Syrian matter, and its success is linked to ensuring that no outside interference in its work is done, pointing out that the West has no sincere intention of making the committee a success.
It is noteworthy that the recent period witnessed Damascus restoring some of its severed relations with a number of countries, after 11 years of suspending its membership in the organization following the outbreak of war in 2011.
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