SYRIA – The president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, has paid a formal visit to Syria Sunday, where he consulted with his equivalent, Bashar al-Asad.
The leader landed at the airport terminal today in Damascus, the capital, wherein the Syrian leader has received him. Both of these presidents at that point held respective conferences regarding issues of interest.
It is the initial visit from a head of Arab nations to Syria since the problems started within this region around mid-March 2011, so this particular visit has an exceptional emblematic worth and signifies an attainable rapprochement among Damascus as well as the Arab States.
Basing on the formal Syrian news organization SANA, both heads have talked about the disasters facing numerous Arab regions and the requirement for fresh basic principles & parameters with relationships among the Arab regions.
” The presidents discussed the situations and crises facing many Arab countries and the need to develop new principles for inter-Arab relations based on respect for the sovereignty of countries and non-interference in the internal affairs of other Arab nations,” it said within a report published through the Syrian Governmental office, basing on SANA.
Likewise, Al-Assad has cautioned Arab nations that their “reliance upon the Western world may not provide them with any type of advantage” so he recommended Arab forerunners to pan-Arabism to facilitate the “progression of the Arab world”.
With regard to his role, the Sudanese leader has revealed his optimism that Syria will likely soon restore its role within the territory, and that Syrian men and women are going to have the ability to choose “on their own” their foreseeable future with “no international interference.”
A couple of months after the break out of friction inside Syria, the Arab League (LA), a body which makes up all Arab nations, put on hold the Damascus membership within this alliance in 2011, implicating it of “not having facilitated a political solution to the crisis”, and at that point enforced numerous economical and legislative sanctions.
At the moment, envoys coming from numerous Western & Arab nations begun their journeys to Syria to make preparations to assist in the continuation of relations with Damascus in areas of diplomacy, overall economy, and even business sector, as earlier emphasized by the Syrian Chief Exec.