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after the chance you were at the presidential palace in damascus welcome to a. international world exclusive i'm with the president of syria bashar last it was your president thanks for granting as an interviewer but it was to start off with why i granted interview now when you haven't done for a year and. you're most welcome the theory of. events in the wood in general in the region and in theory after the invasion has brought syria front and center. once again this is one reason the 2nd one i think the public opinion would in the way it has been shifting during the last 3 years. they know that.
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has told them so many lies about what's going on in the region in the middle east in syria in yemen. they know there. but they know what the truth so i think it's time to talk about this truth 3rd i mean so many interviews with the media outlets they don't try to get the information they try to get the scoop. they don't try to object have to do to bring the audience what's happening in the world that's why i stopped doing interviews for 4 youth will look it will be a journey from damascus to reconstruction but how many civilians how many soldiers have been killed wounded. or displaced from your country in the. level. that you so during the last 24 hours in damascus you
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see you arrive to to damascus is the result of the sacrifice of more than 100000 syrian soldiers who are martyred whole war and so many lives of course it's long the 1000 or maybe tens of thousands of civilians or innocence who've been killed by mortars by excused by being. kidnapped and killed later or disappeared we their families still waiting for theirs there was a lot of likely fight in the faith of those terrorists that's why you see these stability and reconstruction countries that have supported you include iran of course russia. i mean i want to get on in a bit to the british and american defacto backing for ice is. your country but how
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would you what would you say to a russian family that had lost a russian soldier who had risked sacrificed their life. for for a dictator for a middle east dictator what would you say to them as to why. glad to be a putin should be sending in soldiers to help your government you mention very important point even in theory no one would die for a person people would die especially. for cause and this cause the defending of their country think in their existence that their future. little somebody coming from another country could a 4th person whether he's a dictator or whatever you want to call it so this is not realistic this is again delusion that somebody would come from because the president put it in him to die
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for another person or even. president put him put to put all the interest of his country. for one person this is against the logic of russia according to what they said they mean president putin level off and the others they are defending their interest in different ways one aspect you defend only that if they fight terrorism in another country with a serial in any other country in the region that we defend the russian people because terrorism and least i do it is you has no borders they don't see political borders it's one. it's the one hearing. the whole world is one of the not for the terrorism secondly the implement in the door the international law. according to their point of view with this international law if it's implemented it's in correlation with their interests with the national interest so
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implementing the international law around the wood will help the interest of the the russian people for what they've been doing is in accordance with their national interest with the global therapeutic and with the syrian interest in syria stop it now you know that in media and nato countries this country your government you personally sit on them is with chemical weapons it. let's just go back to one in 21st of august 23rd team. in goods did your government drop chemical weapons on the . on that day 21st august 2030 the funny thing about the identity of the same date where the 1st delegation that wants to investigate international dedication that came to syria to investigate the youth it didn't arrive to damascus which is only
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a few kilometers from this place. logically the syrian army if. if we support that he has chemical plant he wants to do that he would into the bed this for a 2nd. they talked about 200 civilian killed if you use chemical weapons you mean you may kill tens of 1000 in such an area with people living very close to each other i mean it's crowded area 3rd that is that it only existed in the mind of the with and often it's the narrative that was of the pretext to attack syria the best for them and they didn't offer any tangible evidence to prove that there was such attacks and they are there were many reports that that refute that has refuted that report all those allegations so it was only allegation never ever theon army use chemical weapons before he handed over
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body is also an oath to the international committee of course of the decision then to invade the o.p.c. w. him to remove chemical weapons or to actually win when there were such allegations about sitting on during 40 so really you ought to raise it o.p.c. w. wanted you drive 40 m. to go here we invited them to come we did it of we invited them to come because we told them you could come and should investigate because we were short under perth and through this is already cations but of course the delegation of all with. as you know they are mostly biased well i mean the present job easy w. had for them to arrive as he may have his own problems with whistle blowers. there is no doubt though that. he was the director general of your piece w. who boarded. the destruction here he said there were gaps of certainties
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discrepancies in europe b c w wanted to destruction of chemical weapons here in this culture gap in our reports why don't they show it now it's been since 2013 we've been hearing the same allegations couldn't be prove it after 6 years and every time they say syria has used chemical weapons is it possible to do to be under this. supervision by the whole western world and we're going to use it again and again this is not rational i mean the whole story we do we don't need it we are advancing i mean every time we talk about using chemical weapons it was when we advise not when we lose i mean even militarily you may use if you want to use such a weapon the mother called the syrian army because we don't have it anymore but really logically you can use it when you are losing ground not when your advancing so you deny the use in job or shake. in the area of aleppo.
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you presumably deny for the way people do it all of these you deny the use of chemical weapons by the syrian go every story worth nothing more than a geisha the one who said there was use of chemical weapons he the one who should prove his story he'd want to should offer evidence to pay to speak with the c.w. did. lead britain and the united states and for us to believe. they needed to bomb your country on the basis of they really do believe both. believe is one thing and bringing evidence is another thing so we're talking about evidence what the evidence that they have. to prove their story nothing they have nothing at any any truth in the room was arguably on your side saying video evidence has been manipulated in that rebels were using chemical weapons via
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the saudi arabian government and chemical weapons were indeed used but by the so-called rebels. on the you tube you can see it i mean the stage play fully with somebody. play the role of the victim in many incidents not only with chemical weapons even with bombardments they. believe that somebody has been the victim then at the end of the shooting his normal person he'll stand up. for normally you can see it on you tube it's very clear we can offer you would be evidence for this but there's no other evidence beyond that because the white helmet supported by the british foreign office government recently been given extra funding by the trumpet ministration. they claim their videos are absolutely true and that in fact the people who are making those videos saved 150000 lives in your
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country which 180 again is very simple to see the same faces of those angels. the white helmets the same face of the same one in the white helmet was a fighter with clyde. you can see me very clear the same one who always been behaving. or. cutting hate and one of them with a bean eating the heart of a thought you i mean this is very common to see on the internet the evidence i mean no one in the in this region believe the stunt the p.r. stunt of the whitehead myth they are offshoot of unlawful well the u.k. statement dated b.b.c. and was the international of their religion your government killed 11000 people using so-called barrel bombs from 12 that would be a violation of the un security council resolution you want 3000000 and indeed human
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rights watch is pointing to satellite imagery you're talking about you tube videos saying there are fake videos these are some of the major nations as biggest n.g.o.s and broadcasters no war is a good war this is self-evident truth you always. victims in any war but the talk about an army or state to go in killed 3000000000 and it's own people this is not realistic for the simple reason the war in syria was about capturing the hearts. of the people and you cannot capture the heart of the people by bombarding. the syrian army with fighting with terrorist. whether there is a. fire that affected from tyranny and that could have happened and you can have investigations but help with the syrian people support this to eat and their
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president in their or me if they are killing them. was the only way. regain the east aleppo. the duke of wonders for you personally authorized the only way to get rid of al-qaeda. arguably backed by britain and the united states the only way to get rid of them was aerial bombardment we definitely and we succeeded in some area through we we captured without war we made negotiations with those groups and they left they left that area and then we need to produce in the pictures and we presumably say those pictures are true of the destruction in east aleppo because that really the only way to defeat al qaeda is the groups. those groups in eastern alipore used to bombard the civilians on daily basis and kill. hundreds of thousands of people in
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aleppo so the mission of the army and the mission of the heat is to protect the civilians from those terrorists how can we do that without attacking the terrorists that's not true and on media and later relations they should bear in your defense but what about the use of double tap strikes by the syrian desert and the russian air force where you bomb part of east aleppo and then emergency workers go in when you bomb again there are a lot of. negative misleading narrative in there with your to show that the syrian army is intentionally killing this is without no reason and to show that those that they called them. like a y. tell me any other hospital which is paid a quarter for the terrorists the theory that the syrian army is only attacking the humanitarian facilities in order for the civilians to suffer actually what happened you drop of the both civilians fled both area and came to the government side in
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every place not only just in aleppo. those people now if you go to pull this deal even be in those areas under the supervision of the government why didn't we kill them why didn't they fled to turkey. this is you know if you would the west and north of but as i said. the other the british backed way tell me spoke on my program and said they are just a humanitarian organization they are not terrorists at all despite what you and the russian government allege but yeah but you have pictures you have to deal with you have proof so it's not there we don't have any of the allegations how do we know who their image it's what we can offer you all the evidence we have if it is. mr president i'll stop you there more from president bashar al assad of syria after this break.
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join me every thursday on the alex salmond and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics or. i'm sure. i'll see you then. welcome back you're watching an international exclusive with the president bashar al assad of syria i'm going back a little to the 1st demonstrations in. damascus there was a famous again we see state mandated british media program in which they interviewed of all people well the drama of the druze in beirut who said to camera do you
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authorize the killing of the teen year old. is that true and that they didn't interviewed a succession of people seeing the mistakes you made led to what happened it wasn't the british and american backing of al-qaeda and i says the issue in your country at the very beginning. during the. during the 1st few days we lost 5 policemen by shooting by bullets how could we talk about peaceful demonstrations while you have. listening kid. would have continued to raise the killing of a 13 year old here i'm just starting from a very good from for the very beginning i mean the word peaceful demonstrations wasn't correct there was hooting and you cannot there who is hooting at the police and who the one was hooting at the civilians because in most of the incidents that
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the police didn't have even machine gun or if this child was tortured no that's not true he's not we never had a cigarette burn there was a body he was killed no no he was killed he was kid and there were there legation but he was tortured he wasn't tortured he was killed and was taken to the hospital and i met with his parents they have been all the read story this is all really in there with in the west and in the western media outlets this is not the story syria so that's why i'm so proud of all those the 3 that are completely disconnected from our reality he's somebody who died how did he die who shot but you know it was killed when you have chaotic demonstrations anyone could be infiltrated by demonstration and start shooting in different directions and kill police in order to retaliate. or vice versa to have you heard of.
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we've been arrested in germany the germans alleging something called broadchurch 2511 of your torture units to torture demonstrators we don't have torture unit we don't have poor torture policy in syria what why do you use the torture for but the question why is this a call if you can situation you just want to torture people of this kind of asceticism way to torture you need information f.b.i. or the information the measure to tell the ceiling people supported their government that's why we've been here for 9 years in spite of all of this aggression by the with and by the petrodollar in the region that's what they said on your teeth and so why do you put to the people but the question is not what is it if you talk about individual it is it is this is only individual incident that could happen by anyone for revenge for any other reason that could happen anywhere
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and board but we don't have such policy we never believe in that torture could make your situation better as a state very simple so we don't we don't you know what did you make of it when the british government sent the royal navy to intercept in the rain the invest will. they said the iranian government said it was with heating oil. for syria and the sanctions from the european union going to hit the poorest people in syria this winter. exactly 1st for this is piracy. this is biography by the united kingdom religion and this is the core meaning of the word regime called regime in polythene gang of youth something similar. yes they wanted to effect the people in syria why because those people expected to rule with against their government during the different stages of the war but they didn't they were
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supposed to be supporting the terrorists the moderate rebels with the angels of white helmet but the people didn't this with their government so they have to suffer they have to pay the price 1st for they have to learn the lesson that you should to do with their agenda 2nd this is maybe the last ditch attempt in order to push them to be against big government but they tried it last winter to try to before and they didn't work because the people knew the whole story and they know where their interests lie. people in the global south you and your government ministers may think it's natural to accuse the age of government of porting al qaeda bases but view is watching this interview in those major countries may think this is ridiculous why would the british government say or the obama
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government because it's supposed trump arguably has suddenly realized what may have been going on why do you think they wanted to support al qaeda and i says why because of the fact this started with the fact that the american or fishers before anyone else said virtually with it on like john kerry like hillary clinton and many others when they talked about their role in supporting our clyde in afghanistan in order to be a tool against the soviet union that they said this is their modus operandi it's not something we. vented their lot on $911.00 why would they make the same mistake again. american policy in general. depends on trial of. the invaded of against they got nothing to invade big got nothing and they started to invade other countries but in different way they change the way the problem the left is now the b.b. fighters survival war from their point of view they are losing losing their
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hegemony so they want to fight the russian the iranian the theory and whoever said no even their allies of this ignore like that with some government they will fight with them they need dude they noticed that in iraq it didn't work by sending the army bit lost a lot and they paid the price even when inside the united states so it's much easier for them to send a proxy so al qaeda is a proxy again the syrian government again the russian government and the iranian government best buy they've been using this but you have evidence the ice is how did i says rise suddenly in 2014 out of nowhere after all nothing. in iraq and syria at the same time with american armament. the be physically how could they smuggle millions of barrels of oil to turkey under the supervision of the american aircraft how could the american want to use them against the
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syrian army so it's more thumping with the american spirit and the fact that the same story. but while this is been going on you have been talking with it to the national bodies and different into locators what do you make of the un envoy stephan de mistura saying in quotations in the burbs few days having really fought against what happened in aleppo libyan dariya i could not be the. one that is shaking us and and saying my ledge these are the people you were talking to as neutral observers looking back on it were any of these people neutral he cannot be in that position if is neutral because the united states will only accept popular they said their behavior but you did shake hands with them handy a n
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b have to meet with me and i said no but so he wanted to shake my hand if you want to do he was biased that's why he felt he was implementing the american agenda maybe in a little bit smarter way but it didn't work because he wasn't he was biased that's why and what is this geneva process there have been some reports that the syrian delegation was backed by your government but not representing the syrian government what exactly is the geneva process post conflict i'm not even sure it's called that if the american. lawyer it's about gaining in politics what you couldn't get. through demonstration 1st and through the terrorist leader so you can get it through but it is a political process that's way in it didn't work that's why you never failed because it was stop and it was about operating the government through interim.
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interim body with the might or to that. then change the government peacefully and control syria like they did in many other. countries persuasion afraid and that's why you went to sochi with the russian persuade always working we had this delegation last month and they started last week negotiating the constitution so when donald trump announces well you asked me about this you never really read this geneva if you talk about this really avert this you know if it's only the venue the place to do a good of you but i mean the political process if he thought you thought you both matter where we we convene or where we thought the negotiation but of course the mainstream western media in media in a relationship geneva north ritual and do you believe that this. curious story that the russians are saying that the u.s.
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is stealing $30000000.00 of oil a month from northern syria is this a trump budgeting chip in the geneva talks why would the net oil export or like the usa be interested in $30000000.00 of oil a month no things i says the started spiking therion oil and oil in 2014 they had to partner with her dog and his coterie and the american with the cia or others so what trump did is just announced that he had the truth he didn't do it he didn't he's not talking about something new even when some of the kurds thought of looting the syrian oil the american with their partners so it's about money in this pot or it and that what trumps it recently but is not in yet or is not related to to the talks at all. but arguably way not more angry because obviously that would be
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a violation of the 4th geneva convention on pillaging of countries resources of course we are in queue everything in is is. definitely this is looting but there's no international order i should and there's no international law. but this is nothing new to be frank not only during the war the american always try to loot other countries in in different ways in different ways regarding peer not only oil or money or financial resources they do their rights. their rights political rights every every other right to the historical role at least after world war 2 so it's not something new it's not this strange. all disconnected from their previous party but it from time to time it takes to friendship and this is a good thing that all this talk asst. way of american
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policy looting the rights of other people was a big part of the war fossil fuel pipeline access to europe from the middle east that would cut russia by plane access to the european union this is very realistic but some say that. the president to open the syria for a pipeline is self north and he said no for the actually that didn't happen this is not true but there was a large pipeline that's coming east to east from iran through your dog food into the mediterranean if this one was the reason it could be the war is about the oil as a factor yes this is. likely to be but this is not the only factor for good the war between the united states and the rest of the war do you have now we're
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talking about 2015 earthquakes because the world order after world war 2. has been expired especially after the collapse of the soviet union and one polar would doesn't work anymore so you have rising powers like russia and china and india and other countries the us doesn't accept any partner in leading the war even yuki even if even all the. become 3 i wouldn't call them quote by our code this is another meaning they're not to create any more. they don't except bottlers that's why b. are fighting now so the war in syria is the michael causing all of the world war lists a world war 3. without armament through proxies you have different factors the oil is one factor of the or not because of the water i don't think i don't believe just
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because of this i'll stop you there for a moment president more from president bashar al assad of syria after this short break. the world is driven by dream shaped by. the dares thinks. we dare to ask.
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time after time corporations repeat the same mantra sustainability it's very important to accelerate the transition to sustainable transport sustainability stay number man a more equitable and sustainable world. they claim their production is completely harmless. getting. it into something companies want us to feel good about buying their products while the damage is being done far away and this is something else just as he went in and i'm. we didn't dream and then we understood. welcome back you're watching an international exclusive with president bashar al
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assad off syria. of course one might say that syria historically your father and yourself always supported the palestinians and the un resolutions governing the birth debian's do you see israel which after all many believe to be a nuclear weapons of mass destruction. as influencing policy in the european commission in the state department in the pentagon definitely israeli the or enemy that they occupy our land. evident intuitive to be part of any thing that could happen against syria any plan any geisha. through with their victory through their relation with the terrorists and. visiting the terrorists who are being treated in the hospitals do you believe those pictures are true of the israeli government was directly not supporting al-qaeda linked and isis day shooting militants trying to destroy your government these
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really publish these photos formally as a news it wasn't or indications 2nd they supported me every time or every time the syrian army advanced again those. terrorists in the south user are used to bombard our troops and whenever we are diverse somewhere else in syria the airplane started committing airstrikes against our army but what so the link is very clear there was correlation between the. israeli operations and the terrorist operations so that 1st through the terrorists thinking through the americans through the europeans they have won. and won interest and before the war not only do during the war so it's very normal in the expected him likely that the user
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id should be part of all of the thing. of course well britain the united states european powers may have stop trying to. aerially bombard your country to destroy your government the big news in the major nation media was the baghdad the assassination by the 75th ranger regiment in the province is it your understanding going on from what you just said that al baghdadi is essentially. trained by the united states under torture in abu ghraib prison in iraq. he was in their prisons under this a provision in the miracles were the ones who were released by the ed so they wouldn't release him without any at all and suddenly by the day he became the fall of the muslims. in the world as he. himself. he was prepared by the americans to plea. and we don't believe the.
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recent story of maybe he's killed but there's not a bottle of the mention the whole thought he was about white washing. and from being an drove of the terrorists during the last not only few years but during the last decade this is like in the fiction movies when the memory they want to do with the memory of the of the or dear public opinion that we were over there were in direct link with those terrorists. when obama sr was captured visually him. when he was executed they showed the event of exclusion when his children killed they showed their bodies the same would of god why didn't they show us the body of bin laden. why didn't they show with the body of. a dead. just
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a fake story about being against terrorists in this very sophisticated operation maybe he's killed because his his expired a person being it is somebody years and maybe they wanted to change the whole name of isis into another name to bring isis as a moderate organization to be used again. in the market you know a little governor i get out of the media will react to that the drumbeat ministration your government when it came to the nation of bill not that hard we're not part of any operation you're not in that order there's an order to between any institution in syria and in an institution from norway the representatives at these recent geneva 2 we want it or no one at all we don't have in addition with most of the with some countries who play
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a direct road against c i know you're antagonistic with nato nation turkey but with dirty and arguably yourself must be aware that western policy is liable for blowback into the european union would have you made of say european union government's response to the possible. outflow of british i says that his fate is back into the european union how dangerous is it to be in london today or paris or berlin. actually the relation between her and the e.u. is always they hate him but they want him. they don't debate him to know that he is fanatic islamist they know this and they're the bin or that is going to send them both. extremist or maybe terrorists egypt in many refugees from your country of many of them from syria and some of them know they're coming from different areas
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in the world not only syria actually but the majority of syria not all of them are extremist not the measure 2 of them are actually muscled the turkey they'd have to because of the terrorism in syria because of the bombardment of the terrorists and so on. so they don't want him but the same time the fear him but from the other side let's hear that. thing being bill is syrian and other. is dangerous the most dangerous on europe is to support the terrorists in syria this is the most dangerous part so this is hypocrisy how can you fear those few medias the majority of them are moderates and they have while you do you support those theories there to clean 100 in tens of thousands at least and maybe hundreds of thousands in syria and you don't fear that they're going to go back to to
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a country where the british government takes away the citizenship of british just as arguably ok but then presently the fighting in the ad lib russian warplanes in action there how far away are we from reintegrating it live will there be an amnesty for these people that have tried to overthrow a new theory of government militarily it will not take long if we start to liberate it but actually what what we do is to give chance for the civilians to leave and that's what's happening but they've been actually not preventing freely toward the government they've been smuggled they've been coming like leakage few for a few families every every week with the because they could be killed if they want to leave southwards or westward towards not all told to or the government should.
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all sort. this this very important for us to give chance for those who didn't to even older not to be hard their air strikes backed by russia and your military forces reports in the last few days of civilians here in hollywood is it liberal to be reintegrated those air strikes again the terrorists facilities. very simply but in the west area an organization exactly in the me in the with the narrative in the western media the narrative during the 9 years or the war that every. syrian or lithia russian airstrike should be again the civilian and humanitarian facilities unfortunately according to them. and boards they can only kill civilians they don't kill militants always as you see so no this is again part of the with.
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the of i think just discussing this not even just with with. again this is against our interest or into this lies in killing the terrorists in order to protect the civilians not leaving those 3000000000 innocents under the supervision of the target and being killed by the ok but then what is the nature of your agreement with the syrian defense forces there are so many different names of organizations in your country many of them where the white had good guys in nature a nation media what is their power sharing going on who are the syrian differences is the if you know it's about. regaining the control full control of the territory whatever the syrian army moved in to bring with it the services of the government so it has sought for sovereignty on those territories but this agreement
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is both those because the if they were drawing 30 kilometers south would in order to. do remove the pretext of the turkish or the turks to invade syria so it's we are in transition period called they are going to give the army now but we invited them to go at the syrian army. some of the them said no the last few days some of them said yes we are ready to join the army so we don't know what's going to happen yet but we invited been going the army in order to cool to have a normal situation as it used to be before the before the war when when did all prevail in the state prevail nobody else and as for girlish forces are they just tired after so many years i mean your understanding is they took money from. the united states the cia i know you're welcoming them back you're worth it 1st of all there is the if it's not only because it's mix of the drugs and others 2nd when
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we talk about that is the of because in the of the year to prevent. the measured it will because they had good relation of the government and the measured it all because support that support the government but this which is called the id is the one who is being supported by the americans publicly they armament their money they smuggled oil together. there are american. agents to be with most of them i wouldn't hold in 30 all of them i don't know all of them but they're probably policy doing the last few years is to invite the american kristie to be angry when the american wants to leave. and to say we don't want to join the syrian army simply had you saying exactly what mr herder one would say to me of what the s.g. of all them actually they got has his own agenda which is to part
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his own agenda as muslim brotherhood and the american agenda as a puppet so it's to pot but they were intended to usher in death. but at the same time though those group. oh dear why did i give him the excuse and the reason to invite syria that doesn't mean invasion is legal is the illegal in every thing it's all the work but they gave him the pretext because he's been announcing for years that he wanted to invade the northern part of syria and he wanted to clean that area from the terrorists and he mean the people waited because it gave him the. excuse but what happened that's why they were to be blamed but erdogan has invaded ok but don't you see el nato some people in major powers may think the one thing we do not want is peace between and and damascus wealth. and you are participating in that divide and rule system that
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will have been designed in western capitals you no chance of any meetings with mr herder one. with him if not 3 standing 22 to meet with him and i don't think while somebody is walk by your land will be the preferred want to go to meet with we had. a meeting you negotiate with your enemies not your friends you know we are but not with not me with him no it's on the security level it happened through the russians i mean it was a tripod. meeting it happened 2 or 3 times. you know if they were not against the principle to negotiate would move especially when we don't consider the enemy the turks people our own neighbors and we have a common history because you cannot make them. the enemy is their gun in his policy
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in his country. so. the to be against those 3 groups. in turkey and in syria that doesn't mean that we see eye to eye in other. picked especially after he invaded syria publicly and foreman mr president more from president bashar al assad of syria after this book. seems wrong. to shape our. engagement because the trail.
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find themselves worlds apart. to look for common ground. welcome back you're watching an ati international exclusive with the president bashar al assad of syria you see countries that have taken policy decisions like syria and i mentioned the palestinians i mentioned. historic support for what is seen as liberation movements in the global south they tend not to take up near liberal economics last time i was here all the talk in damascus amongst your ministers in damascus they were talking about privatization they were talking about
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elites in syrian society educated in business schools in harvard in the west. is that not the start of the syrian conflict when you started to implement near liberal privatization plans destroying the fabric of this is you know actually there was a debate about privatization and the government and the state in going over if you would even the unions in syria the measure that if you had been your liberal. policies because you know that is going to destroy the poor that was before everyone was talking about it here. we moved toward liberation but we still have public sector to this moment actually who protected the economy and sealed with the services is the public sector without the public sector wouldn't have survived this war the role of the public sector because we are socialist government anyway so we
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have a name no actually we still have public sector and with you support the poor with you have subsidies braid or fall. school of the nearly nearly free education is free in syria so we haven't changed that policy but we opened the doors more for the private sector so you cannot call it liberal. you cannot call it through a coincidence the conflict here that just after you are opening up opening up the more you know it was arguably corruption more corruption no there was. there was the list explain nation for the reason of the conflict it doesn't have anything to do with this it doesn't have anything they said because there was 4 year or drought of a drought and the people become poor no no no no this is not the reason this is not the this is not go to the explanation just theoretical in reality the problem started when the money of came to syria and we had contact with many of the
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neighbors and told them why don't you come to your workshop and this is in one. we take as we take in one week it was very simple if you paid them $50.00 at the very beginning then later $100.00 a week which has enough for him to leave without her so it was much easier for him to join the demonstration after that it was much easier for them to take them toward. having a moment in the end it hooting and before that we had very important to the contrary governor would deny that of course different differently i mean because it is with was presented at that time somewhat bizarrely for many women a good blue note but the arab world is a continuation of the arab spring from the self-immolation of brazee in tunisia. that is connected to this conflict the arab spring or is that. of course there is
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there's interaction in this region of the north the same culture the same background the system the same circumstances somehow not not not completely. some of the demonstration and the very beginning were peaceful so we fight every demonstration were infiltrated by militants in some areas yes some some people wanted to go because they want the to improve their situation some people they have their own ideas about improving the political system more freedom or different flow growth. be used in those demonstrations so that was made by the influence of what happened in other countries like in your train but there's not about the continued 1st wave the same people that i'm talking about this stop participating in the demonstration where the shooting started and the extremist thought infiltrating special little from both of which started leading to demonstrate why with
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a lower quality and using religious slogans in order to give this religious and sometimes sectarian. mantle to give it my tutu to work put this matter on that it was very something like that could be happening in lebanon. and you think that in a country all of that because that they have. a. constitution in syria would not have sectarians constitution so it didn't work but i mean the outside influences they should. of course the one we believe spontaneous demonstration to be spontaneous but where will it go that depends on the awareness of the people . i'm going to ask you a reconstruction of some people saying you're going to be too dependent on china on iran the estimate is what 230000000000 dollars i don't know how they relate these things. you expect now the desperate to rich and there's going to be massive reconstruction is that what's going to. not very useful because you know there's
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a embargo in syria and the american tried hard during the last 2 years to not the individual not only companies who was to invest in syria they said to you on the embargo right away so many capitals fear coming to syria because of their team in bargo but this is not the biggest problem for the human forces we have enough to get all come through we don't need any amount of sources we can build it gradually so i wouldn't worry about the symbolical but definitely friendly countries like china russia and we have priority in this rebuilding european union because every country who would against syria would not have chance to be part of this is akin to a british british raid you'll definitely. do you think actually and he has been raised that the return of. terrorists as you call them.
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mass immigration good to after the libya war after the syria war they affected breaks it. because of immediate immigration to europe. of course the far right have been influenced by this to his own interests of course talk about the far right the most important thing. not the political aspect of it the the change in the society how much europe is ready or cain or able to integrate those immigrants in this society even before that immigration during the last 10 years to europe they had a problem in the integrating the immigrants in this society now you have this problem and you have the terrorism that inflicted france and u.k. and other countries. there would be affected because part of those immigrants are the extremists and the terrorists and the people who doesn't want to integrate they
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want to go there just because they want to leave this the region for different reasons security economy and also we know security collaboration to help these countries. there's no way through no government no we're not ready and we said. very clearly that we're not going to help any country and security while they work against syria and every aspect economy security and in their politics the loss of m i 6 on his opening speech alex younger he said. you putin you make a desert then call it peace and human tragedy is heartbreaking any british official . is not but in no position to talk about the humanitarian aspect anywhere in the wood they've been part of the invasion in iraq they've been partner in killing more than 100 in a half 1000000 iraqis. they've been a partner in attacking syria with. and the embargo in syria and killing hundreds of
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thousands of syrians. and that in their. american pop acts they're not independent so they are in no position to talk about the humanitarian issues anywhere in the world that long the history of the india and the past forget about that here i'm not talking about their current and modern history a lot in a position well just finally then what about the election here is it going to be a general election in 2021 in syria and italy and will there be more than one person on the ballot last time we were 3 and this time of course we're going to have as much as they want to know me they're going to be numerous nominees mr president thank you thank thanks for you.
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waters at the college. there should be. headlines this several latin american countries and russia have denounced events in bolivia as a coup after president evo morales has resigned apparently under pressure from the military. syrian president bashar assad shares his still some exclusive t.v. it is the 1st time he's spoken to an international channel in more than a year. to other countries. in different quite different for regarding the oil money or. horses their rights. their rights political rights and no end to the political deadlock in spain after a general election meth fails to produce.

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