Syria: pollution caused by US-backed terrorist acts


Environment Affairs State Minister Affirms Need to Take Urgent Steps to Deal with Pollution Caused by Terrorist

Nov 4, 2012

DAMASCUS, (SANA) – State Minister for Environment Affairs Dr. Nazira Serkis on Sunday affirmed the need to take urgent steps to deal with the pollution caused by terrorists' actions such as burning forests, blowing up oil pipelines and so on.

During a meeting with central directors at the state ministry, Serkis called for coordination with directorates in provinces to stay on top of environmental conditions and ecological issues in each province.

She stressed the need for implementing special plans for the exceptional current circumstances and focusing on field visits to inspect ecological issues and implementing applicable and realistic solutions for them.

Serkis also underlined the need to reduce pollution caused by olive presses by spreading awareness among their owners and carrying out periodic inspections.

A number of directors affirmed the need to spread awareness among citizens of en environmental issues through mass media and awareness campaigns.

H. Sabbagh


The website of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA is regularly blocked by Washington that doesn't stop its war propaganda and its financial and military aid to terrorist groups.

For several years, he CIA, the American State Department and the Pentagon are involved, working with NATO’s Turkey and the kleptocrats in Saudi Arabia to overthrow the Syrian government.

C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey and weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition, antitank weapons and explosives for terrorist attacks are being smuggled by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries from Turkey to Syria.

On October 4, 2012, Adm. George Stavridis, the commander of US European Command (USEUCOM) and NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), met with Chief of General Staff Gen. Necdet Ozel in Ankara. The meeting took place at General Staff headquarters but was only announced to the public in a statement released by the General Staff some days later. The talks were closed to the press and the statement did not elaborate on what Stavridis and Ozel discussed.

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