The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a group opposing the Assad regime, claims that an attack in Baniyas, located in the country's north-west, was orchestrated by Israel and targeted a villa in the coastal city.
President Bashar al-Assad accepts the credentials of Muhammad Jalalovich as an Ambassador of Abkhazia to Syria
Bashar al-Assad, the president of Syria, had a busy day in Damascus as he received the credentials of ambassadors from Abkhazia and Mauritania.
Abkhazia, a self-proclaimed independent state, is not widely recognized internationally and has only received recognition from a handful of countries, including Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Nauru.
The United Nations still considers Abkhazia as part of Georgia's internationally recognized borders.
Meanwhile, the situation in Syria has been complex, with significant influence from Russia, Iran, and Hezbollah.
As President al-Assad continues to navigate these international dynamics, his recent diplomatic engagements might raise some eyebrows.
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