In Syria’s speech before the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal al-Mikdad pointed out that “we are witnessing new Israeli actions that increase tensions, especially massacres and settlement expansion.” the occupied Golan and the looting of their wealth, as well as support for Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS and attacks on civilian airports and ports in Syria.”

He emphasized that “the desire of countries to impose their hegemony on other countries and plunder their wealth increases wars and threats to international peace and security, sows terrorism and chaos and endangers the global economy and food security”, stressing that “the continued support of some countries that declare respect for Israel’s human rights” makes it an accomplice” and added that “any military presence on Syrian territory is illegal and must be stopped immediately.”

Miqdad said: “Damascus supports the Astana process, but the results will remain on paper if Turkey continues to support terrorism,” showing that “Syria’s material losses since 2011 amounted to $107 billion.”