Ahmad Khalif: Syrian are being ignored because they are against the interests of international powers

Aso News Network correspondent, Ahmad Khalif, said that the will of the people is unable to stand in the way of the international forces that impose their decisions, pointing out that all paths to solve the crisis, including "Geneva, Sochi and Astana", and the platforms of Cairo, Riyadh, Turkey.

Khalif’s speech came during his participation in the seventh dialogue session organized by Ezdina, as part of its project "A Constitution That Protects Us", in the city of Hasaka, with the participation of a group of media professionals, representatives of media institutions and photojournalists.

Khalif pointed out that there are bright minds in the regions of northeastern Syria, whether they are journalists, writers or politicians, but they are ignored and not represented in the Constitutional Committee and they are absent from the paths to solve the political crisis, because their ideas are in conflict with the interests of international powers.

Khalif added that the Syrian crisis will continue in the absence of an international will, pointing out that the economic situation of the Syrian people is getting worse in Damascus, in light of the absence of active forces in the Syrian crisis because of their conflict with their interests.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: Ahmad Khalif: Syrian are being ignored because they are against the interests of international powers
Ahmad Khalif: Syrian are being ignored because they are against the interests of international powers
A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization
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