The isolation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is gradually coming to an end
ISLAMABAD, (PNB NEWS). Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was restricted to Iran, Russia, Venezuela, Oman, as well as a few other nations since the civil conflict began in 2011.
Assad had limited his visits over the past decade to just two capitals: Moscow and Tehran.
His official visit to the UAE in March was regarded as a historic step toward the re-repairing ties with Arab nations.
That came after an Emirati approach to Damascus a few months ago. All of this is happening as a result of Assad’s viable policies.
Saudi officials had also met Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in Damascus in May 2021 to re-establish diplomatic relations after a decade of severance.
The Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC) held its 108th meeting on the level of envoys of member states’ oil and energy ministers in Kuwait this month, under the chairmanship of Damascus.
After a long time, this is a good indication of Arab nations’ acceptance of the Syrian leadership.
Today national and international Organizations are coming to Syria for a pilgrim, investment and to participate in exhibitions.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is smart enough to squash a foreign-backed rebellion in a long and tense struggle.
People exhausted from terrorism and some menaces have breathed a sigh of relief.
Whether in battle or peace, Pakistan has always had strong relations with Syria.
Pakistan International Airlines announced the launch of direct flights to Syria’s capital Damascus on Thursday, with the first flight departing from Karachi on May 28.
The decision was made to facilitate devotees of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad’s granddaughter and a great-granddaughter.
Damascus has shrines of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad’s granddaughter and a great-granddaughter.
When the conflict in Syria was in full swing, both Romney and Obama urged for Assad’s ouster during the 2012 US presidential election debate because he refused to cooperate with Israel.
The opposition to al-Assad has received strong backing from the United States, Europe, and its regional allies.
The United States, Europe, and their regional allies have spent billions of dollars to keep the conflict in a Muslim country alive.
Bashar-Alasad is not only brave, but also wise, and has proven to be tough in a long-imposed war.
European countries, including the United States, acknowledged their strategic failure in Syria and welcomed Assad’s pragmatic approach.
With a small army to deal with superpowers and snatching victory from their mouths proving that al-Assad is the smartest leader in the world.