Damascus, SANA-Ministry of Justice started talks on Saturday with a delegation from the International Parliament for Safety and Peace, led by Ambassador Dr. Haitham Bou Said.
High on the agenda is the role that the Parliament, in its capacity as a neutral international organization, can play in exposing grave human rights violations of terrorist organizations in Syria.
The 2-day talks are scheduled to focus, according to a statement by Bou Said who is the Parliament’s
Foreign Minister, on future coordination between the international parliament and Syria in relation to laws and lawsuits whereby takfiri organizations are to be prosecuted.
The two sides agreed on the necessity of synchronizing efforts to have justice served in Syria, he said.
Bou Said pointed to terrorist organizations and groups in Syria whose terrorist acts are no less gruesome than those of ISIS, if not worse.
“What is known as moderate opposition in Syria must be peaceful, and any militarized action it embarks on gives the state the legitimate right to curb these subversive groups and those involved in supporting their crimes,” he added.
Justice Minister Dr. Najm al-Ahmad, for his part, said cooperation between the Syrian state and the international parliament comes as Syria insists to sue countries and international organizations involved in supporting terrorists and facilitating their entry to Syria.