The Palestinian Popular Struggle Front called on the international community to lift economic measures and the unjust siege on Syria, and human rights organizations to stand up to their responsibilities towards the Syrian people, to provide everything necessary for the Syrian government, and to assist it in providing the necessary treatment for the wounded, following the catastrophic earthquake, due to the lack of medicines as a result of the unjust siege. and sheltering hundreds of families who lost their homes in this disaster.
In a statement, a copy of which SANA received, the Front expressed its full solidarity with Syria, and sincere condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims, noting the role of the Syrian government institutions in dealing with this disaster that has befallen, with all its human cadres, equipment, mechanisms, and medical and treatment supplies, despite the years of war imposed on Syria and its steadfast people, in addition to the unilateral and unjust economic blockade against Syria.
In turn, Fatah Al-Intifada Movement expressed its full solidarity and sincere condolences and sympathy to the Syrian people in general and the families of the victims from Syria and Palestine in particular, and said: We have mercy on the victims, and we wish a speedy recovery for the wounded, and we call on all countries, humanitarian institutions and bodies, especially UNRWA, to provide urgent assistance to the affected families, and to secure Shelter for those who have lost their homes.
For its part, the Palestinian Jihad Movement offered its sincere condolences to the Syrian people and the families of the victims, wishing Syria to overcome this difficult ordeal, and expressing its deep sorrow and solidarity with the brothers in Syria.
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