Minister of Information Muhsin Bilal of Syria

Syrian Minister of Information Muhsin Bilal was commenting in an interview with Al-Alam on the meeting between Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Saudi King Abdullah bin-Abd al-Aziz as-Saud, held in Riyadh on Saturday.
During the meeting, Minister Bilal expressed interest in having more meaningful bi-lateral dialogues between Syria and the United States.
Minister Bilal says that he would like more diplomatic meetings with US diplomats similar to the recent visit of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
It’s the fruit of ill will and does not merit a response,â€‌ Information Minister Muhsin Bilal was quoted as saying on the Cham-press website, which is close to the Syrian regime.
Syria's Information Minister Muhsin Bilal says the "Syrian nation will not wait much longer for the return of the Golan Heights.
and restoring the occupied Golan to Syrian sovereignty.
exerting efforts to thrash out issues of mutual concern.
Bilal said it was not painful for Israel to return the land that belongs to Syria anyway, referring to the remarks by Israeli war minister Ehud Barak that peace with Damascus requires painful concessions.
Rejecting hints by Egypt that Syria's position as president of the Arab summit could be compromised if the Lebanon crisis was not resolved, Bilal said the meeting would be held on time.
Bilal said Olmert 'knows that the whole of the Golan Heights will be returned to Syria and that Israel will withdraw to the lines of 4 June, 1967', the eve of the conflict in which the territory was captured.
Syrian Information Minister Muhsin Bilal says Iran’s massive activities in politics have shown the country to be heroic in diplomatic endeavors.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting website reported today that the world Islamic media's third international conference to support Palestine is to be held April 30-May 2 in Damascus, Syrian Information Minister Muhsin Bilal said Tuesday.
This is a baseless fabrication like the ones that have been spread against Iraq," Bilal said in an interview with the London-based Arabic-language newspaper al-Sharq al-Awsat published Monday.
During the interview, Bilal was asked if Syria expected further Israeli activities in its area and replied that as far as the government in Damascus was concerned, "Everything is possible.
Bilal said there was no painful concession involved in Israel returning land that belongs to Syria anyway.
Yemen Times StaffSyrian media plan to promote Yemen heritage Syria's Information minister Muhsin Bilal has unveiled a Syrian media plan that includes broad promotion campaign of Yemen's heritage and civilization.
Bilal praised the level of cooperation between Yemen and Syria in the information area, calling at the same time for expanding this cooperation through exchanging daily news particularly those concerned with the message aimed at achieving common goals and aspirations.