Syria and the Putin-Biden Summit!

Syria and the Putin-Biden Summit!

The results of the Russian-American summit have not yet emerged, especially with regard to the Syria file. This is quite normal, as such a summit can only involve consensus in very general terms regarding the issues under discussion/negotiation.

What was leaked through “serious” media outlets about the outcomes of the meeting is that the discussion touched on the issue of humanitarian crossings and the mechanism for implementing UNSC Resolution 2254, and that both of these will be a main and urgent topic for in-depth examination within the “comprehensive strategic dialogue” between Moscow and Washington, which will extend over the next six months.
If, for us, it is well-established, on the basis of understanding the new international balances, especially its economic-financial aspect, that the general trend with regard to the US is towards regression, retreat, and withdrawal from our region (the most recent example is the withdrawal of 8 Patriot batteries from each of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, and Jordan). This does not mean that Washington will leave without using all the cards at its disposal to continue chaos in our region, and to reach the types of settlements through which it tries to ensure a subsequent effect. Perhaps beyond that: settlements not only in Syria, but in the region generally, through which it seeks to secure the continuance of the Zionist entity as a functional entity that performs the American subversive role in the region, without the need for Washington’s direct presence. This is what several reports and articles in the American and Zionist media spoke about frankly, particularly over the last two weeks.
If the general interest of the rising economic powers, in the context of their contradiction with the West, is to reach real stability in our region as a whole, then that interest naturally contradicts Zionist interests. However, this does not absolve patriotic Syrians from their immediate responsibilities in restoring their country’s unity and in reclaiming its position that is primarily hostile to Western and Zionist projects, and in pushing for the full implementation of UNSC Resolution 2254, especially on the point related to the unity of Syria’s people and territory and its sovereignty over its entire territory, especially the occupied Syrian Golan, from which the occupier’s exit should be part of the implementation of this same resolution.
This process requires that patriotic Syrians mobilize within the remaining time before the actual takeoff of the comprehensive political solution process in accordance with UNSC Resolution 2254, in order to combine their forces to greatly tip the balance in their favor by giving more weight to the patriotic option so that the extremists on both sides do not have margins in which they can sell out the rest of the country in exchange for their selfish interests.
A process like this primarily requires that the patriotic democratic opposition reorganize its ranks to prepare itself as an actual negotiator across the regime, and not a copy of the opposition’s extremists who have become docile tools in the hands of states, where they do not negotiate but are used as bargaining chips.
The timeframe for the tasks presented in the general national framework is not limitless. It is not only commented with the timeframe limits of the “comprehensive strategic dialogue” between Moscow and Washington, but primarily with the situation of Syrians in the various Syrian regions and in asylum countries, and the situation of the country as a whole, which is getting worse and more dangerous with every additional house of delay in implementing a comprehensive political solution, which alone would restore the country’s cohesion at the general national level, and put it on the path of restoring its position regionally and internationally.

(Arabic Version)

Last modified on Sunday, 20 June 2021 21:20
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