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PostSubject: Washington is preparing to overthrow Bashar al-Assad similar to what happened with Nuri al-Maliki   Wed Sep 26, 2018 1:16 pm

Washington is preparing to overthrow Bashar al-Assad similar to what happened with Nuri al-Maliki



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The new US envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey, expressed his optimism that the agreement "Sochi" concluded by Turkey and Russia.

Jeffrey said that "the opportunity is ripe after the cessation of fighting relatively in Syria, to discuss how to proceed with a political process including the adoption of a new constitution and the holding of elections in Syria."

"US forces remain in Syria, not as an occupation force, but to carry out three goals: to uproot a decisive supporter, not to reappear, and to remove Iranian forces from Syria, which he sees achievable immediately after the end of the fighting in Syria, Political process leading to the formation of a committee to develop the constitution and the holding of elections, and move forward the process of political solution in accordance with the Geneva resolutions and Security Council resolution 2254, "saying that" Washington is working with Moscow to achieve this goal. "

During the United States' participation in the UN General Assembly, he announced that "a ministerial meeting will be held on Thursday to discuss the humanitarian crisis and facilitate the next step from a military confrontation to a political process," expressing his "conviction that he can remove President Bashar al-Assad through A constitutional process, as happened with the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who was removed from his post through the Constitution; because he could not prevent the urge to control areas in Iraq. "

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