From Argentina, Syrian expatriates visit Syria, tour tourist attractions

Damascus - A group of the Syrian expatriates in Argentina has visited Syria and toured the tourist attractions in it.

After the US-British-French tripartite aggression on Syria, the expatriates do not only condemned the aggression, but decided to come on a trip to their homeland, although some did not visit it at all, SANA reported.

The visit aimed to express the expatriates’ stand by their country and families, introduce Syria’s civilization to the world and to face the distorted ideas broadcast by the Western media outlets about it.

Several MPs Brief Syrian Students in Serbia on Recent Developments in Country

The Syrian Members of Parliament, who took part in the 138th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union held on March 24-28 in Geneva, visited Serbia and met with the Syrian students there. The MPs briefed the students on victories being achieved by the Syrian army and allies against foreign-backed terrorist organizations in the country.

According to a press release sent by the People’s Assembly (PA) to the Syriatimes e-newspaper, the meeting held at the Syrian embassy in Serbia aimed at briefing the Syrian students, who are studying in Serbian universities, about the current developments in the country, including Syrian army’s victories in the eastern Ghouta of Damascus, and congratulating them on the Arab Student Day.

Syrian Expatriate Raises Syrian Flag at Summit of Pico Naiguata

CARACAS– Syrian expatriate Silvana Bitar reached the summit of Pico Naiguata, one of the highest mountain peaks in Venezuela, to tell the world that Syria will stay at the top and a beacon for the world, SANA reported

"My love for Syria has left no room for fear and retreat, so I was able to overcome all the challenges that I faced, including storms, fog, and the possibility of being lost in difficult terrain,” Silvana told SANA about her trip to scale Pico Naiguata, which has a summit elevation of 2,765 meters above sea level.

Expatriate Syrian Doctor Recognized as Ambassador for Peace by UPF

BUDAPES- The expatriate Syrian doctor, Mohamed Hashem Manieh, was awarded the title of Ambassador for Peace by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF).

During an honoring ceremony at UPF-branch in the Hungarian capital of Budapest, the UPF said that the award was given to Manieh in recognition of his continuous efforts to promote the culture of dialogue, respect for human rights and communication between different cultures and civilizations., according to SANA.

Syrian Students, Communities in Europe Express Their Pride in Syrian Arab Army

Branches of the Syrian Students National Union (SSNU) in Slovakia, Germany, France, Hungary, Romania and Czech Republic have organized protests to condemn crimes being perpetrated by terrorist groups and their supporters in Syria.

The protests were organized under the banner the “Syrian Day of Rage”, according to the Syrian Arab news Agency (SANA).

The agency reported Saturday that the Syrian students and communities’ members, who participated in the protests, expressed their solidarity with their homeland in confronting terrorism.