Homs, SANA – The Russian popular diplomacy delegation to the Arab world continued its visit to Homs province for the third day, touring a number of archeological and religious sites and inspecting the damage inflicted to them due to the terrorist attacks.

Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi told SANA reporter, following his meeting with members of the delegation, that the province is witnessing a normal life after eliminating terrorists, adding that he called upon the delegation to convey the real image of Syria to the Russian public opinion.

He elaborated that he briefed the delegation on the situation in the province, adding that about 30% of displaced persons have returned to their houses.

For his part, Russian Duma adviser for Relations with the Arab World Leonid Isayev said that Syria is witnessing a critical times when it is facing international-backed terrorism, adding that Moscow will provide all needed support and will also help Syria in the reconstruction stage.

M. Nassr/ M. Eyon

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