Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Teacher's Day, meeting with exemplary teachers from across the country, that his country needs graduates who are willing to sacrifice for their country, not sacrifice the homeland and the interests of the people for their own interests. .
According to the Syrian state news agency (SANA), Assad emphasized in his speech on Thursday:
Science without morality leads to harm and lack of patriotism determines the destruction of the homeland, so the teacher should not only be a teacher, but should be an educator based on good morals.
As the future of generations of the homeland is left to teachers, we need a generation that faces challenges that we have to face.
In part of his speech on political issues, the Syrian president emphasized:
The West is going through a historic period in terms of its role, presence and face after the war in Ukraine.
The policy pursued by the West is a policy of coercion and turning the world into a forest, and the Ukrainian war has exposed the West to its people.
The Syrian president emphasized:
The world is moving towards conflict, and we need to think seriously about how to meet the challenges.
The West has proven that it does not care about international law at all, and it has violated the institutions of international law and turned the world into a forest.