Syria’s First Woman Asma Assad visited Moscow this week, as her eldest son, Hafez, graduated from the Moscow State College (MSU). Hafez acquired a masters diploma with honors on the School of Mechanics and Arithmetic, with Asma attending the ceremony.
Throughout her go to, the primary girl appeared on RT Arabic’s Newsmaker program, talking about cultural trade points, shut ties between Syria and Russia, in addition to challenges the 2 counties face.
The 2 nations have been dealing with comparable issues for many years already, each subjected to mounting overseas stress, in addition to open makes an attempt of financial blockade and efforts to “set up management over them,” she mentioned.
“Nevertheless, a common and a large-scale problem for the entire world is the specter of Neoliberalism, which is being imposed on all peoples. The principle objective of this, in fact, is to blur not solely nationwide identification, however very human identification, in addition to all its constituent components, similar to patriotism, traditions and customs,” Asma acknowledged.
The standard values, furthermost, are preserved throughout the household, which ought to turn into the pillar for “dialogue between the youth of the entire world,” Syria’s first girl believes.
That’s particularly the case for “our Japanese societies, since it’s these societies which might be straight threatened and, on the identical time, are most succesful to face up to this assault because of the tradition, morality and values that they’ve,” she added.
The primary girl was additionally requested concerning the newest developments in Russia, particularly the latest short-lived riot by the Wagner Group PMC, which occurred shortly earlier than her go to. Asma, nevertheless, mentioned the affair didn’t have an effect on her resolve to go to the nation altogether.
“Russian associates supported us with out hesitation through the conflict that was happening in our nation. Due to this fact, we’ve got additionally unhesitatingly supported and can proceed to help our associates of their struggles,” she harassed.
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