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Syria denounces illegal entry of US officials into its territory

Syria denounces illegal entry of US officials into its territory

Damascus, May 31 (Prensa Latina) The Syrian government today called 'banditry' the illegal entry of US officials into the Al-Jazeera region in the northeast of this Arab nation.
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Its aim is to undermine sovereignty and territorial integrity and offer support to its separatist Syrian Democratic Forces (FDS) militia that implements its agenda in flagrant violation of Security Council resolutions, a statement by the Foreign Ministry said.

Regarding the statements made by these officials, the note stated that they show that they are disconnected from reality and ignore the massive participation of the Syrian people in the recent elections, in a way of saying no to Western officials disgusted by this participation.

The success of elections refutes all the misrepresentative stories directed at the Syrian people and is a clear expression of the failure of Western governments’ plans, he said.

Only Syrians legitimize or not the presidential elections and not the statements of some Western officials full of fallacies and lies that demand democracy while occupying the lands of others and stealing their resources, the Ministry concluded.

Washington maintains at least 12 military bases in the Al-Jazeera region where it publicly sponsors the separatist militia FDS, and its officials visit that area where they launch hostile statements against the legitimate government of Damascus.

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