Syrian President: “Somewhere Between the Cold War and World War III”

Syrian President: “Somewhere Between the Cold War and World War III”

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said the Syrian conflict is somewhere “between the Cold War and Third World War.” Syria needs help he says, yet receives little international support.
“We call it a world war, but it’s a world war against Syria, tens of countries against us, sending those terrorists money and logistics, whereas our army is only Syrian, so we struggled.”  Assas sees no solution in sight.

“If you ask me what the topics would be for a political solution, I don’t know,” he said. “No one has proposed anything. To talk about a political solution while the other side is controlled by masters in Saudi, Turkey, the UK, the USA, and France is not realistic. The core of the problem is those countries are interfering. If they stop, then the terrorists will be weak and leave or be defeated, and then we can sit as Syrians and talk about solutions,” the Syrian president added. He applauds military support of Russia,

“What made the difference, of course, was firepower. They have firepower we don’t have,” he said, noting that, while other allies in the region have provided help, it has been far from enough.

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