The Syrian community in Argentina celebrates the victory of Dr. Bashar al-Assad in the presidential elections

On June 7th, the Syrian community in Argentina celebrated the victory of Dr. Bashar al-Assad in the presidential elections through a massive national event held at the headquarters of the Syrian embassy in the capital Buenos Aires.

A number of clergymen and heads of Syrian associations, clubs and centers across Argentina participate in the celebration.

The participants in the celebration reiterated their stand by their homeland, Syria, in the face of terrorism and the unilateral coercive economic measures imposed by the United States and some Western countries on the Syrian people.

The Chargé d'Affairs of the Syrian Embassy in Argentina, Muhammad Maher Mahfouz, said in a speech during the celebration that the achievement of the presidential elections is a victory for the will of the Syrians over the hegemony schemes and attempts of foreign interference in Syria's internal affairs.

In turn, Jawdat Ibrahim, head of the Syrian-Lebanese Club in Buenos Aires, congratulated the Syrian people in a speech during the ceremony, noting the wide participation of the Syrian community in the presidential elections.

Archbishop Youhanna Ghasali, Archbishop of the Syriac Orthodox in Argentina praised the steadfastness of the Syrian people in the fight against terrorism and the countries that support it.

For his part, Hafez Abbas, head of the Islamic Charitable Society, expressed his congratulations for President al-Assad's victory in the presidential elections.

Tamara Li, representative of the Syrian Cultural Society in Argentina, affirmed the need to stand by the homeland and support it in the face of the unilateral coercive economic measures imposed on it by the imperialist West.

Anibal Bakir, director of the Islamic Center in Argentina, also congratulated the Syrian people on the success of the presidential elections, stressing the need to provide the necessary aid to the Syrians in light of the unilateral measures imposed on them.

O. al-Mohammad