Assad hails Sultanate’s wise political policy
Perhaps the most important of these events was when the world turned over on Iran during its war with Iraq in the 1980s. The Sultanate maintained its relations with Tehran and these relations continued even after the war ended. Not only that, but the Sultanate played a big role in creating proximity between the two warring states. Again, when the world fell out with Iraq in the beginning of the new millennium, the Sultanate did not cut off relations with Baghdad,” the president said.
“Similarly, the Sultanate hasn’t break off its relations with Syria during the past sevenyear events despite the Arab, regional and international break-off with Syria. That is because the Sultanate has a deep understanding to what is going on in Syria and the dimensions of the international war which was imposed on Syria. This wise stance stems from a stable approach adopted by the Sultanate in its dealing with the political events.” President Al Assad said. He further stated, the Sultanate has made huge efforts benefitting from its strong relations with the regional parties involved in the Syrian crisis and we greatly appreciate these efforts.