“French diplomacy must review its approaches and take into account that hegemony and the violation of the rights of peoples, under false pretexts, have already ended irreversibly,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
The diplomat stressed in his message, that France’s intention to recover the legacies of the colonial era and impose its dominance in the world are mere illusions.
He also called France’s attitude and reactions to Syria’s presence at the recent Arab Summit held in Saudi Arabia as “hysterical”.
“France and its radical tools failed to achieve their goals in Syria and now Paris plays blind and does not want to recognize the changes that have occurred in the Arab regional and international scenarios,” the statement denounced.
In the dispatch, Syrian Foreign Ministry assured that the colonial policy is no longer valid in today’s world, where new values based on multipolarity have emerged.
France closed its embassy in May 2012, cut its relations with Syria and took a very critical and hostile position towards the Syrian government in international forums.
Damascus also accuses Paris of interfering in its internal affairs and of supporting radical groups that continue to destabilize Syria.