Nasrallah: We have reduced the number of our forces in Syria and its army has seen that it does not need us today

Nasrallah: We have reduced the number of our forces in Syria and its army has seen that it does not need us today

Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary-general of the Lebanese Hezbollah, has announced a reduction in the number of troops deployed in Syria largely because of the slow pace of fighting in the country.

Nasrallah said in an interview with Al-Manar on the occasion of the 13th anniversary of the 2006 war: "What came is a victory for Syria and all the axis of resistance in return for the failure of the other axis … The Syrian state is recovering and there are some outstanding issues such as the east of the Euphrates and Idleb And the political solution and all works to address it according to its nature and circumstances, and I do not think there is a return back in Syria. "

Nasrallah added: "When we went to Syria, we raised the slogan we will be where we should be. This is determined by the Syrian leadership, which appreciates that we can help here or there, and I respect its decision and respond to its decision."

"The Syrian army has recovered greatly and it has found that today it does not need us, and we are still in all the places where we were, but there is no need to be there in large numbers as long as there are no practical necessities for that," he said.

He said that Hezbollah has significantly reduced the number of its forces in Syria, but added: "All dealing with the Syrian file has nothing to do with sanctions or financial austerity, and if need to return everyone who was there, he will return."

Nasrallah said: "We did not enjoy until the hour of decisive victory and this is due to the Syrian leadership, things are still open to see if we did what we went for in Syria."

Source: Al Manar + Agencies

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