Ba'ath party head in Jordan says Syria, Turkey to play joint part in regional peace
Secretary General of the Ba'ath Arab Progressive Party in Jordan Fouad Dabour has said that Syrian-Turkish relations are to be part of establishing security, peace and stability in the Middle East.
In an article published Sunday in the Jordanian Ad-Dustour paper, Dabour stressed that the results of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's recent visit to Turkey would positively affect the entire region, asserting that the "historical, geographical and social relations between the two neighboring countries" necessitate activating mutual action in facing current challenges. (Albawaba.com)
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