The White House refuses to legitimize Al Assad and rejects a possible normalization of relations with Damascus

The White House has no intention of normalizing its relations with Syrian President Bashar al Assad, whom they have accused of orchestrating “the suffering of his people” during a decade of conflict in the Arab Republic without trying to bring his own Support legitimacy in power in the eyes of the United States.

“I think it is correct to say that Bashar al Assad has done absolutely nothing to restore the legitimacy he has lost through the brutal treatment of his own people. He is at the center of the suffering of the Syrian people. There The United States can normalize relations with their government in the short term, “State Department spokesman Ned Price said at a press conference late Thursday.

In his appearance, Price indicated that the new Biden administration would continue to promote a political agreement to end the conflict in Syria. “We will use a variety of tools to promote a sustainable end to the suffering of the Syrian people,” said the spokesman, before promising that his country “will once again take a leadership role in providing humanitarian aid.”

The White House refuses to legitimize Al Assad and rejects a possible normalization of relations with Damascus
The White House refuses to legitimize Al Assad and rejects a possible normalization of relations with Damascus

“Syria is a humanitarian catastrophe. The Syrian people have suffered for too long. They have suffered under the brutal rule of Bashar al Assad,” the spokesman said. “It is clear that after ten years of war he is still in power, but if we want this lasting end, the Syrian government must change its behavior,” he concluded.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least 10,000 people died in the war in Syria in 2019. The deadliest year since the conflict broke out is 2014, when it is estimated that more than 67,000 people died. The agency recently stated that at least 387,118 people have died since the conflict began.

In March 2011, the first peaceful protests took place against President Bashar al Assad, whose violent repression sparked the formation of rebel groups and sparked a conflict in which different countries in the region and outside the region such as Russia and the United States have the warring ones Parties supported.

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