El presidente sirio, Bashar al-Assad, dijo el jueves en una entrevista con medios franceses que su gobierno liberará “cada centímetro” de Siria de grupos terroristas.

Enfatizó que la ciudad de “Raqqa” bajo control del ISIS es un símbolo, pero no el único punto de prioridad.

“Tienes al ISIS cerca de Damasco, lo tienes en todas partes”, dijo Assad.

“Cada lugar (de Siria) es una prioridad dependiendo del desarrollo de la batalla”, continuó.

“Para nosotros es lo mismo Raqqa, Palmira, Idlib, todo es lo mismo”, señaló Assad, subrayando que es “el deber de cualquier gobierno” recuperar el control de “cada centímetro” de su territorio.

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