Tunisian President Said spoke out against the partition of Syria and for the resumption of diplomatic relations.
MOSCOW, March 11 – RIA Novosti. Tunisian President Kais Said announced that his country should appoint its ambassador to Syria.Mosaic FM“.
“There is no excuse for Tunisia not to have an ambassador in Damascus … and for Syria not to have an ambassador in Tunisia,” the Tunisian president’s radio station reported.
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Noting that the regime problem in Syria “only concerns Syrians”, Said emphasized that he is against the division of the Syrian state into several parts.
Earlier, the foreign ministers of Tunisia and Syria confirmed the mood expressed by the Tunisian president for the full resumption of diplomatic relations in February.
In 2012, most Arab states withdrew from Syria in protest of President Bashar al-Assad’s policies, accusing diplomatic mission chiefs of violently suppressing public demonstrations.
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