Eva Filipi, the Czech Ambassador in Damascus, stressed that there was no “revolution” in 2012 and rather it was an attempt by some countries to implement their agendas which proved to be unachievable in Syria.
Filipi said “what is going on in Syria is a proxy regional and international war”. She added that “though many strategic experts in the West had realized what kind of situation will be created in Syria, western countries insisted to press ahead with their schemes to impose the changes they want.”
Her comments were said during a debate on the current developments in the Middle East organized by the Czech Institute 2080.
She went on to say that Turkey and the Saudi regime pushed for the Muslim Brotherhood to succeed Assad.