ER Editor: Syria is now in the multipolar economic fold, with the protection of China in addition to Russia. As Alex Christoforou reminds us in a tweet below, the deep state, neocon West had spent years trying to get Assad out.
First, a few tweets —
China will now develop “strategic partnership” relations with Syria
SI JIPING TO BASHAR ASAD: WE SUPPORT SYRIA’S SOVEREIGNTY AND ITS RESISTANCE TO FOREIGN INTERFERENCE
THE PRESIDENTS of China and Syria – Xi Jinping and Bashar Assad – agreed in Beijing that their countries… pic.twitter.com/IEwND1ekUD
— Sprinter (@Sprinter99800) September 22, 2023
🇸🇾🇨🇳 A highly significant joint statement by China and Syria following the meeting between Xi and Assad sends a message to Turkey, the United States, and Israel: “China opposes any unlawful military presence on Syrian soil and calls for the lifting of sanctions.” pic.twitter.com/qqPOrQ0xjU
— DD Geopolitics (@DD_Geopolitics) September 22, 2023
Obama said Assad must go. Hillary said Assad must go. Merkel said Assad must go. Cameron said Assad must go.
Assad is going…to China, on the invite from Xi Jinping. pic.twitter.com/0PGILALiDh
— Alex Christoforou (@AXChristoforou) September 21, 2023
Syrian president Bashar al Assad is in China meeting with Xi Jinping. They just signed a strategic partnership between their two countries.
What a massive blow to the spooks in Washington who’ve tried to isolate Syria for years 😂
China used its veto power at the UN Security… pic.twitter.com/x3VBGmJgom
— Richard Medhurst (@richimedhurst) September 22, 2023
🇸🇾🇨🇳 Assad arrives in China with his wife to meet Xi.
-> Love the goofy mascots … 🤣
That’s the proper way to greet a world leader. pic.twitter.com/qZ6U2afSf0
— Lord Bebo (@MyLordBebo) September 21, 2023
See also this from Sputnik News —
Xi, Assad Launch China-Syria Strategic Partnership Based On Belt & Road Initiative
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad on Friday announced the launch of the China-Syria strategic partnership during a meeting in the eastern city of Hangzhou.
“Today, we will jointly announce the establishment of the China-Syria strategic partnership, which will become an important milestone in the history of bilateral relations,” Xi told Assad.
“Faced with an international situation full of instability and uncertainty, China is willing to continue to work together with Syria, firmly support each other, promote friendly cooperation, and jointly defend international fairness and justice,” he added.
For his part, Assad expressed his “happiness” at being invited to China, a country he says “stands with the just causes of the peoples … which form the basis of Chinese policy in international forums and which are based on the independence of countries, respect for the will of the people, and rejection of terrorism.”
It seems China is willing to send a message to the West, given the enthusiastic red carpet reception of Assad to the airport on Thursday, complete with military parade and welcome ceremonies…
— Syrian Presidency (@Presidency_Sy) September 21, 2023
“This visit is important in its timing and circumstances, as a multipolar world is being formed that will restore balance and stability to the world,” Assad continued.
“It is the duty of all of us to seize this moment for the sake of a bright and promising future, and I hope that our meeting today will establish broad and long-term strategic cooperation in various fields,” the Syrian leader, who is under US sanctions said.
The two presidents also oversaw the signing of three cooperation agreements in the fields of economic cooperation and development, as well as a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) “on the common context of a cooperation plan within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).”
Assad arrived in China on Thursday, leading a high-level political and diplomatic delegation in his first official visit to the Asian giant in nearly 20 years. Following his arrival, the Chinese foreign ministry said his visit would take China-Syria ties to a “new level.”
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