Israeli military actions in Syria are the source of aggression, Czech politician said

PRAGUE, (BM) – Head of the Czech Parliamentary Group for Friendship with Syria Stanislav Grospic has condemned the criminal Israeli aggression on the surroundings of Damascus City on Sunday, learned citing Syrian state news agency SANA.

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According to him, Israel revenges for the victories achieved by Syria against terrorism.

In a statement to SANA reporter in Prague on Tuesday, Grospic said that such acts of aggression will not succeed in stopping the process of liberating the Syrian territories from terrorism and will not impede the exerted efforts for achieving the complete victory over terrorism forces which have been and are still supported by Israel.

Grospic asserted that this aggression proves again that Israel is the source of aggression and the destabilization of the region, and what it does shows how much it disregards the international law.

He added that Syria’s victory has become clear and it will continue regardless of all the terrorist practices by the Israeli side.

On Sunday, the Syrian air defenses before midnight intercepted an Israeli missile attack launched from outside the Syrian airspace and from the airspace of the occupied Syrian Golan on the surroundings of Damascus and destroyed most of the missiles.


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