A Key advisor of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Bouthaina Shaaban today declared that the Syrian War is effectively over, saying that the Damascus International Fair marks the end of the war and the beginning of reconstruction.
The Damascus International Fair had been on hold for five years during the war, but kicked off earlier this week, with companies from around the world participating in the trade fair. The largest participants are expected to be from Russia and China.
While claiming this to mark the end of the war nationwide is obviously premature, it does mark a turning point in the situation around the capital city, as it’s unthinkable such an event could’ve been held in recent years, and this underscores increased security in that area.
Still, large chunks of the country remain outside of the Assad government’s control, and Shaaban vowed to see Syria’s Army confront illegitimate foreign forces present in the country, singling out US and Turkish forces in particular as objectionable presences.
8 thoughts on “Assad Advisor: Syrian War Effectively Over”
Finally some light at the end of a long tunnel…!!!!!!!
And it should certainly should be noted if that woman had won we would not be seeing this news… It was her, their war. I wonder if the “0” will make any comment… Telling if he doesn’t….
Syria seems to be the only place where Trump is cooperating with Russia. The USSA is going after Iran & Ukraine…
Not the woman I voted for. There were two women running.
Thank you, President Trump.
Jason Ditz must be really sad that Syria won the war and his Wahhabi terrorist buddies lost.
Your mother must be really sad that she raised an idiot.
…and the U.S. loses yet another war.
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