» » Chinese envoy: Foreign powers have no right to intervene in Syria’s domestic affairs

Chinese envoy: Foreign powers have no right to intervene in Syria’s domestic affairs

Damascus, China’s special envoy for Syria Xie Xiaoyan described the talks held on Thursday with Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem and his deputy Fayssal Mikdad as very good which included exchanging view points on the latest developments in Syria.

We have reached an agreement regarding the proposed issues, Xiaoyan said at a press conference.

He renewed his country’s commitment to the principle of non-intervention in the Syrian domestic affairs, saying that the Syrian people are the only ones that have the right to discuss, determine any affair and the track of the political process in their country.

Foreign powers have no right to intervene or impose their projects on the Syrian people, the Chinese envoy said.

He affirmed that China always calls for the respect of Syria sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, adding his country rejects any attempt of division.

Xiaoyan expressed his country’s rejection of the unilateral, coercive economic measures imposed on the Syrian people by some countries, among them the US procedures against Syria to achieve political targets.

He hoped the political process in Syria would have progress and refugees would return Home, calling on the international community to offer more humanitarian aid to the Syrian people.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

syrianewsgazette.comBusiness
Damascus, China's special envoy for Syria Xie Xiaoyan described the talks held on Thursday with Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem and his deputy Fayssal Mikdad as very good which included exchanging view points on the latest developments in Syria.We have reached an agreement regarding the proposed issues, Xiaoyan...

Related Categorized Posts

Re-Build Syria Expo starts activities with participation of about 390 Arab and foreign companies
Damascus, With the participation of about 390 companies from 31 Arab and foreign states, the 5th Re-Build Syria Expo on Tuesday started activities at Damascus Fairgrounds and it will...

Undaunted by economic siege, Homs medical factories continue production to support national economy
Homs, The pharmaceutical industries sector in Homs has proven its effective role in supporting the national economy through its resilience and its continuous work throughout the crisis, and its...

Damascus Cables Company covers local market’s needs through producing 1200 types of cables
Damascus, The General Company for Cables Industry in Damascus has produced more than 1200 types of isolated cables which are made of copper, aluminum and General of the...

390 specialized companies to participate in Re-Build Syria Expo
Damascus, With the participation of about 390 companies from 31 Arab and foreign states, the 5th edition of Re-Build Syria Expo will kick off next Tuesday and it will...

Made in Syria expo for clothing and textiles kicks off
Damascus, The Made in Syria expo for clothing, textiles, and production requirements kicked off on Friday at the Fairgrounds, with the participation of around 100 local four-day expo...

Chinese envoy: Foreign powers have no right to intervene in Syria’s domestic affairs

Damascus, China’s special envoy for Syria Xie Xiaoyan described the talks held on Thursday with Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem and his deputy Fayssal Mikdad as very good which included exchanging view points on the latest developments in Syria.

We have reached an agreement regarding the proposed issues, Xiaoyan said at a press conference.

He renewed his country’s commitment to the principle of non-intervention in the Syrian domestic affairs, saying that the Syrian people are the only ones that have the right to discuss, determine any affair and the track of the political process in their country.

Foreign powers have no right to intervene or impose their projects on the Syrian people, the Chinese envoy said.

He affirmed that China always calls for the respect of Syria sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, adding his country rejects any attempt of division.

Xiaoyan expressed his country’s rejection of the unilateral, coercive economic measures imposed on the Syrian people by some countries, among them the US procedures against Syria to achieve political targets.

He hoped the political process in Syria would have progress and refugees would return Home, calling on the international community to offer more humanitarian aid to the Syrian people.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

syrianewsgazette.comBusiness
Damascus, China's special envoy for Syria Xie Xiaoyan described the talks held on Thursday with Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem and his deputy Fayssal Mikdad as very good which included exchanging view points on the latest developments in Syria.We have reached an agreement regarding the proposed issues, Xiaoyan...

Related Categorized Posts

Re-Build Syria Expo starts activities with participation of about 390 Arab and foreign companies
Damascus, With the participation of about 390 companies from 31 Arab and foreign states, the 5th Re-Build Syria Expo on Tuesday started activities at Damascus Fairgrounds and it will...

Undaunted by economic siege, Homs medical factories continue production to support national economy
Homs, The pharmaceutical industries sector in Homs has proven its effective role in supporting the national economy through its resilience and its continuous work throughout the crisis, and its...

Damascus Cables Company covers local market’s needs through producing 1200 types of cables
Damascus, The General Company for Cables Industry in Damascus has produced more than 1200 types of isolated cables which are made of copper, aluminum and General of the...

390 specialized companies to participate in Re-Build Syria Expo
Damascus, With the participation of about 390 companies from 31 Arab and foreign states, the 5th edition of Re-Build Syria Expo will kick off next Tuesday and it will...

Made in Syria expo for clothing and textiles kicks off
Damascus, The Made in Syria expo for clothing, textiles, and production requirements kicked off on Friday at the Fairgrounds, with the participation of around 100 local four-day expo...