“The Guardian” There is no one able to fill the place of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria

The newspaper ” British Guardian,” said that there is not in the current time “political or military forces.” can replace of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

The Guardian noted that “Western demands about the departure of the Syrian president, in addition to the opposition advertisements about the impossibility of settling the conflict in Syria with Assad does not have any relationship to reality as long as there is no one able to replace him”.

In this context, Russian Foreign Minister “Sergei Lavrov” announced that we should not succumb to the position of who say that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad lost legitimacy, Lavrov suggested, that President Assad “was legitimate when there is a need to remove and destroy Syrian chemical weapons.” He said:   “International Security Council adopted resolutions and the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons welcomed the Syrian government’s decision to join the Convention on the prohibition of chemical weapons and everything was normal, and any questions did not ask about the legitimacy of this partner”.

The Russian minister continued, saying: “I have said more than once, and I would like repetition that I have the conviction that the terrorist threat is no less dangerous than chemical weapons, especially because it is of global dimensions, and it is not limited to Syria only, and now it cannot be allowed to submit to the whims of some who say that Syrian President was legitimate, and this year he lost his legitimacy.

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