May 28, 2001
The head of the Egyptian Coptic Church, Pope Shenouda III, urged all Arab countries on Sunday to unite in order to combat Israel’s policy of aggressio
Iran and Syrian reviewed Sunday ways of cooperation in the field of energy and other main aspects.
May 27, 2001
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s adviser, Osama Al Baz, denied reports of differences between his country and Syria, and did not rule out the idea o
Tunisian Cinema Days began last Friday evening at Al Sham Cinema Hall in Damascus with the film Samt Al Kusur (Silences of the Palace) directed by Moufida Tlatli.
One year after Israel’s withdrawal from South Lebanon, and saber-rattling across the border tended to drown out the very muted celebration taking place to mark the occasion. From an economic perspecti
May 24, 2001
Russia said that urgent measures are needed to stop the violent escalation between Israelis and the Palestinians, said Russian Foreign Minister Igor I
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad discussed Wednesday with his Sudanese counterpart Omar Al Bashir the developments in the Middle East in a telephone c
May 23, 2001
Syrian Defense Minister Mustafa Tlass held talks in Moscow Wednesday with Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov on bilateral and regional issues.
Syria and Russia signed on Friday, may 18, an agreement covering comprehensive bilateral cooperation. After an eight-year long suspension period, the Syrian-Russian joint Committee has also recently m
The Syrian government is planning to cancel or at least modify its economic sanctions law in the near future, as it failed to put an end to fraudulent activities.
Several Syrian ministerial commissions are preparing for an upcoming meeting of the Syrian-Iraqi Joint Committee in Baghdad, marking the first high-ranking Syrian visit to the country in over 20 years
May 22, 2001
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad on Tuesday held separate meetings in Damascus with Lebanon's prime minister, and anti-Syrian Lebanese MP Walid Jumbla
Syrian Prime Minister Mustafa Miro’s spokesmen have denied an Agence France Presse report that the premier will visit Baghdad.
The Syrian ministry of tourism has accepted an application by the Saudi Bin Laden Group to build the Avamya tourism resort in Latakia.
May 21, 2001
The Syrian-Sudanese Higher Committee will meet on May 29 to discuss bilateral cooperation in various spheres.