A popular festival was organized in the town of Minya, north of Lebanon, in support of the presidential elections in Syria and in appreciation of the sacrifices of the Syrian Arab Army.
The festival included various activities, especially the patriotic anthems and songs in support of Syria's victory over terrorism.
The head of the Association of Syrian Arab Workers in Lebanon, Mustafa Mansour, said in a speech that the presidential elections in Syria constitute an important stage in the reconstruction of what has been destroyed by terrorism.
In turn, the official of the Organization Office of the Arab Socialist Baath Party in Lebanon Ammar Ahmed said, “The Syrians are on a historic date on the twentieth of this month, when the presidential elections are to prove to the world their credibility with their homeland, as the whole world will see through the ballot boxes that Syria is safe despite the global war that has been exposed. to her".
The head of the National Center in the North, Kamal al-Khair, called on the Syrian workers and displaced persons due to terrorism in Minya and the North to participate in the presidential elections scheduled at the headquarters of the Syrian embassy in Beirut on the appointed date and to express their free will and belief in a united, independent and sovereign Syria.