Syrian students in Poland call for lifting sanctions imposed on their homeland

WARSAW, (ST)_ Syrian students in Poland and the Syrian Club have called for lifting the coercive economic measures imposed by Western countries on Syria and cooperating with  the Syrian government in the issue of fighting terrorism.  
 
The National Union of Syrian Students and the Syrian Club sent on Thursday letters to the Senate of Poland, the office of EU and European Commission and the Apostolic Nunciature of the Holy See affirming that the goal of the siege being imposed on Syria is to seize its independent decision and prevent the people of Syria from their right of living in peace and making progress. 

Syrian community in Russia and the CIS releases statement on Martyrs' Day

Members of the Syrian community in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) have reiterated their stand by their homeland, saluting the honorable military and civilian martyrs.
 
In a statement sent to the Syrian News Agency (SANA), on occasion of Martyr’s Day, the members of the Syrian Community said” We, the Syrian community in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, express great pride in the homeland’s honorable martyrs, who sacrificed their lives to protect their homeland.”

FEARAB-America: Holding Syrian presidential elections on time proves Syrians’ adherence to the independence of their country’s national decision

President of Arab Entities Federation of Latin America (FEARAB-America) Alfredo Deriche Gutiérrez has emphasized that holding the presidential elections on time proves the Syrians’ adherence to the independence of their country’s national decision and to its unity and sovereignty.
 
During a meeting with Syria’s Ambassador to Cuba Dr. Idris Mayya at the headquarters of the Syrian Embassy in Havana, Gutiérrez underscored the importance of lifting the unilateral coercive measures and the criminal siege being imposed against the people of Syria.

Syrian students in France demand the lifting of the unilateral measures imposed on Syria

Paris (ST): The branch of the National Union of Syrian Students in France, the Union of Syrian Patriots, and the French-Syrian Solidarity and Aid Society in Marseille called for lifting the unilateral Western coercive measures imposed on Syria.

In letters addressed to the papal embassy in Paris and the representative of the European Union in France and the United Nations office in Geneva, they emphasized that these measures are unfair and inhuman, contradict the universal recommendations for human rights and the United Nations Charter, deprive Syrians of meeting their living needs and severely hinder the reconstruction of the country as well as greatly obstruct the efforts being exerted to confront the Corona pandemic.

Syrian Academics and Students in Iranian universities reaffirm the Syrian people's right to choose their leadership

The branch of the National Union of Syrian Students in Iran sent letters addressing the UN Chief Antonio Guterres, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and Pope Francis. The letters, sent on behalf of the Syrian academics and students in Iranian universities, stressed the right of the Syrian people to choose their leadership and decide the future of their country without foreign interference in accordance with the UN Charter and the principles of the international law.

The letters emphasized the need to respect Syria's national sovereignty and territorial integrity and called for lifting the unilateral western coercive measures and economic blockade imposed on the Syrian people.