On Wednesday night, the Syrian Arab Republic’s President, Dr. Bashar Hafezh Al-Assad, entertained and honored the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) on the frontlines of the Jobar District – located in the Rif Dimashq Governorate – in order to celebrate the New Year with his armed forces on the battlefield during this violent conflict.

President Bashar Al-Assad addressed a number of officers from the 105th Brigade of the Syrian Arab Army’s Republican Guard, expressing his gratitude and appreciation for their defense of the country. His surprise visit boosted the morale of the embattled soldiers, who shared a late night dinner with their comrades and president before returning to battle.

This is not President Assad’s first visit to the battlefield; he last visited the Syrian Arab Army at the city of Darayya in the Rif Dimashq Governorate last year.

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Nora Beldo
Nora Beldo
2015-01-01 21:52

now this is a TRUE president

Ghassan Al-Assad
Ghassan Al-Assad
2015-01-02 05:22

God bless our commander in chief president bashar Al-assad and our braves men at the Syrian army