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Haidar: National reconciliations essential to combat terrorism, enhance dialogue.

Damascus, SANA-Minister of State for national reconciliation affairs Ali Haidar said Monday that Syria, after 4 years of crisis, is in need for its sons to heal its wounds, adding that national reconciliations are the basic pillar to combat terrorism and enhance the national dialogue.

The Minister participated in an annual meeting for members of the central committee and sub-committees of popular reconciliations who underlined the importance of coordination and cooperation among reconciliation committees and those concerned in the settlement processes which solve the cases of those who were misled to have them back to society and provide them with work and education.

The meeting was held under the title "popular reconciliations boost counter-terrorism and national dialogue," where participants called for finding a state of understanding and building bridges of confidence between the committees' members and competent authorities.

The Minister called on members of the committees to be aware of those who want to make the popular reconciliations a failure, affirming that "the Syrians will defeat terrorism through their own efforts."

"The principles of the Syrian policy is three; combating terrorism, national reconciliations and national dialogue," Haidar told SANA in a statement, indicating that the State's institutions are not alone which are concerned in reconciliations, but all civil societies, educational, religious and culture references.

Mazen Eyon



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Date:Feb 2, 2015
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