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Opposes Ties with Syria’s Bashar al-Assad for Pro-Palestine Stance

The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that opposes the normalization of ties with the Syrian government in the wake of the country’s support for Occupied Palestine against the Israeli Regime’s ongoing onslaught in Gaza that has now killed nearly 30,000 people.

The legislation passed by the US House of Representatives restrains the US from normalizing ties with the Syrian government while President Bashar al-Assad remains in power.  

House lawmakers approved the ‘Assad Regime Anti-Normalization Act’ on Wednesday Feb.14.

The bill also contains a US policy that will not recognize or normalize relations with any government led by al-Assad, accusing the Syrian president for crimes against the Syrian people.

The bill requires the US secretary of State and other administrations to submit a report to lawmakers, with details on actions taken by foreign countries to normalize ties with the Syrian government.

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