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Syria is Actively Emerging from International Isolation

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The complete fiasco of Washington, which for 20 years participated in the complex Afghan conflict, ineptly squandered $ 2.3 trillion taken from the pockets of American taxpayers and killed more than 2,400 military personnel there, albeit on a smaller scale, but is completely repeated in Syria. And the failure of this policy does not slow down the US attempts to force Damascus to play by American rules, including through the Syrian Civil Protection Act, introduced by Washington, better known as the Caesar Law. Despite the sanctions imposed by the United States under this “law” on dozens of individuals and legal entities in Syria, including President Bashar Assad and his wife Asma, as well as restrictive measures against everyone who cooperates with Damascus, the current US military-political elite has not managed to overthrow the legitimate authorities in Syria and limit the exit of this Arab country from international isolation.

Even under the angry shouts of the White House, the flow of foreign delegations to Damascus is expanding, demonstrating the readiness of different countries to intensify cooperation with the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR) in many areas, and to provide their investments in the restoration of the economic life of Syria. After a decade of a diplomatic lull the Arab Republic is once again integrating into the economy and into political life of the Middle Eastern region at the expense of new agreements and different events, which are attended by representatives of different countries. In recent days alone, the Syrian Education Minister, Darem Tabaa, and the Pakistani Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training, Shafqat Mahmoud, signed an important agreement to activate a bilateral partnership in the areas of education and culture which will facilitate an exchange of experience between the two countries in these areas.

Back in early September 2021, a delegation from Damascus was officially invited to Amman for quadrilateral negotiations with the participation of representatives of Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan on assistance to Beirut, which is unable to cope with a large-scale energy crisis on its own. It then became clear that without........

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