Pro-Assad Belgian journalist and writer Kris Janssen planned a meeting with a government representative in Damascus to report on the situation "from an unbiased an impartial point of view".
Janssen, head of a Belgium-based Syrian Friendship Association, have spoken out in several occasion supporting the Iranian regime on Press TV and Syrian's Assad on the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).
On that occasion, he claimed bloodshed and violences in Syria were the results of external sabotage rather than internal causes. Assad's pan-Arab Syrian policy, according to Janssen, hasd motivated a desire for revenge in Western countries, which have fuelled unrests in the country.
Protests in Syria, indeed, would be just the result of a foreign plot, Janssen claimed.
"In light of the regrettable decision taken by the Arab League to suspend the observer mission due to extreme pressure exerted on it by some Gulf states manipulated by Western neo-imperialist superpowers with the intention to destroy Syria because of its traditional pan-Arab position and steadfastness against Zionism and neo-colonial interference in Arab and regional affairs, I am planning to visit Syria in the near future and stay a number of days in Damascus to witness the current situation myself from an unbiased and impartial point of view," he wrote.
In the letter, Janssen request a meeting with a representative of the ministry in Damascus and in his own words: "To discuss the circumstances which have taken place in the past ten months leading to the current situation and the backgrounds (especially foreign interference) responsible for these conditions as well as the extensive political and economic reform process implemented by the Syrian government."
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