Prague calls for a joint international work to facilitate return of displaced Syrians


Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis called for a joint international work to facilitate the return of the Syrians who have been displaced due to terrorism to their homeland and to end the crisis in Syria.

Interviewed by “Parliamentary Papers” website, Babis said “The only solution for the refugees lies in their return to their homeland,” adding ” If the UN were effective, and it isn’t, something could have been done.”

Babis referred to the Russian key role in solving the crises in the region, saying “Without Russia, the current situation in the Middle East can’t be solved.”

Earlier in the current year, Babis affirmed that Europe’s interest lies in solving the crisis in Syria and that security and stability will prevail in it to enable the displaced Syrians to return to their homeland.

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