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Syrian forces successfully defeating foreign backed militants in Syria: President Bashar al-Assad

In a statement given during a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates in the capital on Sunday, the Syrian Bashar al-Assad said that the Syrian government forces along its various allied defense groups are together crushing the foreign backed in the country and clearing the areas of terrorists.

“Our army is making territorial gains every day, week after week, crushing and clearing lands by them,” Assad said.

Further he added that the fighters from the Syrian government forces and the allied forces have been fighting valiantly and played an eminent role in the history of war.

“We, in cooperation with friends, will continue to squash wherever they are. We will continue reconciliation, which has proved its effectiveness, will enhance communication with others and explore economic opportunities… The direct political, economic, and support of our allies has helped us to make more gains than to suffer losses. These friends are our actual partners,” Assad remarked.

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