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Bashar al-Assad's regime is experiencing its most difficult days since the start of the war in 2011.
Axar.az informs this was reported by the Washington Post.
The reasons for this are the problems with Assad's relative Rami Mahlouf, the weakening of the country's economy and the publication of critical articles about its ally Russia.
It is also said that the new riots in Deraa province will give impetus to the revival of opposition forces.
Speaking to the Washington Post, Chatham House analyst Lina Khatip said Assad was increasingly dependent on Iranian and Russian support.
"They don't have the internal capacity to provide for their supporters," he said. It no longer has military power as before. In short, it is weaker than ever."
2020.06.01 / 11:32