WHO adopts resolution on improving health situation of citizens of occupied Syrian Golan

Geneva - The World Health Organization adopted with majority a draft resolution on the health conditions in the Occupied Palestinian territories and the occupied Syrian Golan, SANA reported.

The adoption came during the 71st World Health Assembly which is currently held in Geneva with participation of Syria.

The resolution stipulates for providing citizens of the occupied Syrian Golan with technical assistance related to health and Palestinians, including detainees, with required health assistance to meet their needs.

NAM countries’ health ministers call a halt to Israeli health-related violations in Golan

Geneva - Health ministers of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) countries called for an end to the health-related violations of the Israeli occupation in the occupied Syrian Golan.

Following a meeting held with the participation of Syria on the sidelines of the 71 World Health Assembly, the decision-making body of WHO, Health Minister Dr. Nizar Yazigi said the NAM countries’ health ministers have adopted a decision demanding member states, international organizations and specialized agencies, each within the purview of its mandate, to push for putting an end to health-related violations committed by occupation authorities in the Syrian Golan, SANA reported.

History Made by Martyrs Sacred Blood and Sacrifices

QUNEITRA, (ST)- The people of occupied Syrian Golan have stressed that history is written by the sacred blood and sacrifices of martyrs who defend the homeland's independence.

In a statement issued on Sunday marking Martyrs Day, the people of Golan vowed to follow the steps of their predecessors who carried the banner of resistance against colonialism and occupation.

Syrians in occupied Golan commemorate Evacuation Day, vow to continue struggle against occupation

Quneitra – Commemorating the 72th anniversary of Evacuation Day (Syrian Independence Day, which marks the evacuation of French occupation forces from the country in 1946), the Syrian citizens in the occupied Syrian Golan stressed the continuation of struggle until all the occupied Syrian territories are liberated of occupation and terrorism, SANA reported.

In a statement issued on this occasion on Tuesday, the Syrian citizens in occupied Syrian Golan renewed adherence to the Arab identity and their belonging to their motherland, Syria, stressing that the occupied Golan will return to the Syrian sovereignty thanks to the sacrifices of the Syrian Army, the steadfastness of the Syrian people and wisdom of the leadership.

The statement added that the Independence Anniversary comes this year amidst celebrating the victory over the tripartite US-British-French aggression that comes back with different faces through supporting the terrorist organizations.

On IWD, Syrian Women in Occupied Golan Condemn World's Silence over Their Suffering under Zionist Occupation

QUNEITRA, (ST)- Marking International Women's Day (IWD), Women of the occupied Syrian Golan issued a statement condemning the world's silence over the suffering of Syrian women in all occupied Syrian Golan's villages, mainly Majdal Shams, Baq'ata, Mas'deh and Ein Qinieh, caused by the Israeli occupation's inhuman and oppressive practices against them.

Women in the occupied Syrian Golan have been an example for other women to follow in terms of steadfastness, adherence to the homeland and struggle against  the Israeli occupation.