- Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would like to at least 2021 to remain in power, despite the five-year civil war in his country. That said Assad Wednesday against journalists of The New York Times. In that year, ending the third term of the controversial leader.
In the interview, Assad gives the United States the debt of many bloodshed in Syria. IS the US would have supported and other militant extremists. ' Whether there is a good or a bad government, it's not their mission, 'he criticized any Western interference.
Yet he is open to a dialogue with various agencies and countries. ' Even with the United States '. ' But that does not mean we give up our sovereignty or that Syria is a puppet of other countries,' said Assad.