Algeria, SANA-Algerian Vice-President of the People’s National Assembly, Ben Thabet Azzi, reiterated his country’s stance on Syria, which rejects foreign intervention in its internal affairs and calls for reaching a political solution to the crisis in the country.
“Algerian-Syrian bilateral relations are an example to be followed by Arab countries,” Bin Thabet said during a ceremony of founding Algerian-Syrian Parliamentary Fraternity and Friendship Committee in Algiers in the presence of Syria Ambassador to Algeria, Nameer Wahib al-Ghanim.
He renewed his country’s firm stance towards Syria, calling for eliminating terrorism with all its forms, and for finding a political solution through comprehensive dialogue which preserves Syria’s security, stability, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
In turn, Ambassador Al-Ghanim stressed the importance of establishing the fraternity and Friendship Group as it will have a great impact on parliamentary work in the future, reminding of the deeply-rooted and historical relations between the two brotherly countries.
He referred to the agreement of political stances of the leaderships in the two countries.
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