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The majority of Czechs consider Turkish aggression on Syria a threat to global security

A poll conducted by the Public Opinion Research Center in Czech showed that 59 % of Czech citizens consider the aggression of the Turkish regime on Syrian territories a threat to global and European security, while 39% considered it a direct threat to Czech security.

The poll showed that 56 % of the Czechs evaluate negatively the role of the Turkish regime in the crisis in Syria, while 49 % view passively the role of the United States in this crisis. Also, 37% of the Czechs considered that the European Union is playing a negative role towards the crisis in Syria.

Palestinian Foreign Affairs: The European Union’s attitudes toward the occupation violations are timid

On January 21, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the European Union to take a stronger stance to confront the violations of the Israeli occupation against the Palestinians.

The Ministry said that the European Union’s rejection of the Israeli occupation measures in the Palestinian territory, especially the occupied city of Jerusalem, is a “timid and insufficient step” that comes late.

Archbishop Hilarion: The Russian Church plans to open a center in Syria to help children injured by the war

Moscow, (ST) - Metropolitan Helarion, the chairman of the Department of External Church Relations and a permanent member of the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Moscow, announced that the Russian Orthodox Church plans to open a center in Syria to help children injured by the war.

Archbishop Hilarion told reporters today in Moscow that “We hope this year to organize and equip a center under the roof of the representative office of the Russian Orthodox Church in Damascus where we will be able to directly assist more children.

UN’s Libya Envoy: Erdogan can now be held accountable if he interferes in Libya

TRIPOLI, (ST)- The UN's Libya Envoy Ghassan Salame has stressed that it has become possible to hold President of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyib Erdogan accountable for sending terrorists and mercenaries to Libya.

He made the remarks after the issuance of the final document of the International Conference on Libya in Berlin which was signed by 16 countries and organization including the Turkish regime.  

Participants in the conference affirmed the need to stop interference in Libya’s internal affairs, pointing out that the crisis in Libya can be solved through a comprehensive political settlement.

Slovak politician: The US military presence in Syria is illegal and contrary to international law

Bratislava,(ST)-The head of the Slovak Flast Party judge Stefan Harabin confirmed that the American military presence in Syria is illegal and contrary to international law, and therefore the American forces are occupation forces.

Harabin stressed in a television interview last night that the Americans are present in Syria without the authorization of the United Nations Security Council and without the approval of the Syrian government, and therefore their forces are occupation forces, calling on the Slovak government to disavow US practices in Syria because they are contrary to international law.