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Media Source: President al-Assad at Syrian TV on Sunday

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Media source confirmed DP-News that President Bashar al-Assad will make an interview at Syrian TV which is going to be aired on Sunday. Source said that Syrian Anchor Luna al-Shebl would interview the president at First Syrian Presidential interview ever at a local media agency.

President al-Assad is expected to speak about situation in Syria and international pressure at his regime, along with reform program in country which had been announced earlier; according to the same source.

Earlier Rim Haddad, Coordinator at Syrian Information Ministry, said at leaked news online earlier on Friday that President al-Assad is expected to deliver a speech to the nation regarding the recent development at the Syrian incident.



President al-Assad delivered three speeches since the beginning of uprising against government in Syria. The first took place at Syrian Parliament, while the second was at chairing a meeting for the new Syrian Cabinet and the last was at Damascus University hall.

Anchor Luna al-Shebl used to work earlier this year for Pan-Arab satellite al-Jazeera channel, before she left and get back home as Syrian officials use to accused al-Jazeera at broadcasting “baseless and fabricated news and reports about Syria incidents.” along with other foreign biased media agencies, as officials used to claim such foreign media agencies.

Syria has been still facing mounting diplomatic pressure to end its crackdown on protests. There has been a crescendo of condemnation, not only from the world, but in particular from the region.
So far, the Syrian government has ignored the condemnations as it has justified its crackdown on the city by saying it is dealing with "terrorist" gangs. Some Foreign media agencies have been claiming that they cannot independently verify opposition or government claims because Syria has restricted international journalists from reporting inside the country.

Syria`s regime has banned most foreign media and restricted local coverage, making it impossible to get independent confirmation of the events on the ground. 

Late on Saturday, State-run news agency SANA reported "President Bashar al-Assad is due to do an interview with the Syrian satellite television on Sunday in which he will discuss the current situation in Syria, the continuous steps of the reform process, the dimensions of the American and Western pressures on Syria politically and economically and Syria's future vision in light of the current regional and international scene."

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