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Syria and Saudi Arabia to exchange embassies after Ramadan

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For over a decade, Damascus has been isolated from the Arab world.

Saudi Arabia and Syria have agreed to reopen their embassies after 11 years of diplomatic relations. This event will take place at the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

This step is preceded by the normalization of relations between Saudi Arabia and the Middle East countries, Syria’s closest ally, Iran.

Syria and Saudi Arabia to exchange embassies after Ramadan

Damascus found itself in international isolation after an armed conflict broke out on its territory. The Persian Gulf states condemned the official Syrian government and adopted a hostile neutrality position.

In addition to breaking diplomatic ties, some Arab countries have tarnished themselves in cooperation with terrorists in one form or another. In addition, a large number of militants came to Syria from the Middle East.

Source: Riafan

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