Syrian Community in Canada: Golan Will Continue to Be a Syrian Land

TORONTO, (ST)- Members o the Syrian Community in Canada gathered in front of the American Consulate in Tornoto to protest against US President Donald Trump's declaration on recognizing Israel's "sovereignty" over the occupied Syrian Golan.

The rally was organized by the Syrian community in cooperation with Canadian organizations that advocate peace and reject Canada's joining of NATO.

 Protestors expressed their condemnation of Trump's aggressive declaration, stressing that Golan will always be a Syrian land.

Syrian expatriate Yousef Farha said that Golan is an occupied Syrian Arab land, calling for joining efforts to confront the American aggression as well as the Zionist and Turkish occupation of the Syrian lands.

Syrian Students Abroad Protest against Trump's Declaration on Occupied Syrian Golan

CAPITALS, (ST)- Syrian students in different countries of the world, including Egypt, Russia, Moldavia, Cuba, Serbia and Algeria, on Saturday held rallies to reaffirm their solidarity with their homeland Syria against the West's conspiracies, most recent of which is US President Donald Trump's declaration in which he recognized the Israeli entity's "sovereignty" over the occupied Syrian Golan.

 The rallies were held marking the 69th Syrian Arab Student Day.

Participants in the rallies stressed that the US administration's attempts to target Syria's unity through illegal procedures pose serious threat to international peace and flagrantly violate the international law.

Sousan Meets Syrian Expatriates in Armenia, Urges Them to Take Part in Syria's Reconstruction Process

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Sousan on Sunday received a delegation comprising Syrian expatriates in Armenian as well as some Armenian businessmen.

Sousan explained developments in Syria and the steadfastness and heroism of the Syrian peple and army in the confrontation of terrorism. He stressed the Syrians' determination to eliminate terrorism and restore security and stability countrywide, reiterating that Syria's future is an exclusive right to the Syrian people and that Terrorism supporters and tools won't achieve in policy what they couldn't achieve in the battlefield.

 The deputy minister highly appreciated the national stances of the Syrian expatriates, urging to contribute to the process of reconstructing what terrorism has destroyed.

Syrian Communities and Students Worldwide Call for Lifting Brutal Economic Siege on Syria

 CAPITALS, (ST)-Under the slogan "Lift the Brutal Siege on Syria", the Branches of the National Union of Syrian Students and the Syrian communities in the world on Saturday staged sit-ins in front of the headquarters of the European Union diplomatic missions in several capitals of the world to protest the siege imposed on Syria.

The sit-ins were held in Austria, Egypt, India, Russia, Cuba, Algeria, Spain, Malyazia, Lebanon, Belgium, Sudan, Slovakia, Romania, the Czech Republic, Belarus, Tunisia, Germany and Poland.

The sit-inners called for putting an end to the economic blockade unjustly imposed on Syria.

Handicraft Products in the Syrian Charitable Bazaar in Lagos

LAGOS-The Syrian charitable bazaar was inaugurated at the Syrian National Club in Lagos, the economic capital of Nigeria.

According to SANA, this event comes in cooperation between  the Syrian Embassy in Abuja and members of the Syrian community represented by the social committee of the Syrian club and the committee of the Syrian women society.

The bazaar displays a large number of Syrian industrial and handicraft products like sweets ,foods,  mosaic, Aghbani, traditional jewelry, brass etc.. In addition to hand-made industries,  some of which produced by craftsmen and Syrian women living inside Syria ,and others by Syrian women living in Lagos and the surrounding city.