April 10, 2001
Israeli foreign policy mandarins are divided over what Israel should do about Syria's application to the UN Security Council.
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud took a tough line against the increasingly divisive debate over the Syrian presence on Monday, vowing that the state w
Moroccan King Mohammed VI met Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in Fez city on Monday, where they held talks on regional and bilateral issues.
Syria has undertaken to facilitate the entry and exit formalities for Lebanese travelers at its border posts with Lebanon, official newspapers in Damascus reported Monday, April 9. Lebanese travelers
The European Union is "exaggerating" the problem of its cotton yarn imports from Syria, a Syrian state industry official said in an interview published in Damascus on Monday, April 9. "The European s
April 9, 2001
Syria has issued regulations banning men from marrying foreign housekeepers or baby-sitters.
Syrian President Bashar Assad embarks on a north African tour Monday that will take him to Morocco and Tunisia for talks on bilateral ties as well as
Syrian director Mohammad Malas is currently producing a film about the late Egyptian composer Sayed Darwish.
Syria has managed to clear the textile stocks piling up at state companies, Industry Minister Ahmed Hamu said in an interview published by the government newspaper Tishrin . This indication comes as
April 8, 2001
Syrian and French official discussed on Saturday the establishment of a joint telecommunications company.
Syrian Foreign Minister Farouq Shara will pay an official visit to Russia “in the coming days.”
Syrian President Bashar Assad will pay a three-day official visit to Spain on May 2nd.
Commercial banks in Lebanon are gearing up to enter the Syrian market later this year or early in 2002 after the Parliament in Damascus approved a dra
Syria's ruling Baath party on Saturday said there was a need for "a concentrated action" to lift the sanctions slapped on Iraq.
April 6, 2001
Efforts are underway to form a Christian front that would group MPs and ministers loyal to the political establishment and try to serve as a link betw