Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir speaks during a joint news conference with his Jordanian counterpart Nasser Judeh at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Amman, Jordan, July 9, 2015.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:40 P.M.) – Saudi Arabia is looking forward to the withdrawal of all foreign forces from the Syrian Arab Republic, Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir told Al-Arabiya TV on Monday.

“We look forward to a result that preserves Syria’s independence and unity and leads to the removal of its foreign forces,” Jubeir said.

“We are consulting with the Arab countries for a result that included the implementation of UN resolution 2254,” he said from Brussels, where a ministerial conference is being held for Arab and European countries to discuss the Syrian file, adding that “Europeans and Arabs face common challenges in combating terrorism and extremism.”

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Gracioso, un chiste de mal gusto o esta fumado este tipo, asta ahora no retira a sus mercenarios de Siria que fueron trasladados a Idlib. La retirada que lo pida con nombre propio, que diga Trump retira a tus soldados, Erdogan retira a tus soldados y como ejemplo que empiece a retirarse de Yemen.
Algún periodista se atreverá a preguntar, ¿Cuánto se retira de Yemen?, ¿Cuanto llega la democracia a Arabia Saudita?, ¿Cuánto llegará la libertad de las mujeres?

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Well, if you didn’t noticed, KSA pulled the plug. For how long you didn’t heard about Jaysh-al-Islam? They also fired the infamous prince Bandar, now even al-Jubeir is gone. The “moral-police” has no more the right to arrest or beat people, they just can do ‘advising’. Remember the mass arrest of princes that were detained at the Carlton hotel some time ago? It was not abut corruption: technically speaking, you can see corruption as legal in KSA. Most of these were implied in funding extremists in fact 😉 Now women have the right to drive cars and even pilot aircraft.… Read more »

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Los mugrosos de Arabia Saudita quieren que las fuerzas liberadoras de Rusia, se retiren de Siria. Son muy descarados estos majitos sauditas que llevaron tanto dolor y sangre a las tierras sirias con sus mercenarios criminales. Ahora se las tiran de solidarios estos invasores, cuando en verdad son demonios que están siendo derrotados por los yemenitas valerosos que defienden la soberanía de su patria. El mundo exige que los criminales saudíes se retiren con todos malévolos y satánicos aliados de Yemen.

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Houthis did a coup against the Yemeni republic with IRGC and Hezbollah support. Saoudis didn’t invaded Yemen, Yemeni legitimate prez. Hadi called them and UAE and some other Arab-League countries for help. Despite Houthi propaganda that shows pyrrhic victories while coalition barely doesn’t communicates, Houthis are not winning at all, they’re even in deep shït : surrounded from all sides, under naval blockade, the last port they own is near from falling, they have problems to recruit new cannon fodder as young people carefully avoid their rallies. The world asks nothing since everybody knows that be it Saoudis or Iranians,… Read more »

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Then Saudi should get its paid gangs and fool slaves out of Syria and Yaman and any vuolence act

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Hey, News Desk, al-Jubeir is no more foreign minister 😉