Prague, SANA- President of Czechoslovakian Institute of International Relations, Jaromir Salabata condemned the last Israeli aggression on Hama province, stressing that it represents a flagrant violation of international and humanitarian law.
In a statement to SANA correspondent in Prague on Sunday, Salabata pointed out that the aggression took place in light of unacceptable international silence, noting that these attacks aim at supporting the terrorist organizations, impeding the efforts to find a political solution to the crisis in Syria, the reconstruction process, and the return of the displaced people.
Salabata underlined the main and common goal of the international community should be to eliminate terrorism wherever it is, prevent its spread, and support and strengthen the states’ capabilities to confront it.
He indicated that the ideology adopted by terrorist groups in Syria pose a threat on the security and stability not only in Syria, but also in Europe.
Rafah al-Allouni/ Hala Zain