The official also expressed hope that the "new world" will be multipolar and world powers will cooperate.
Abdel Nasri said that the terrorists the Syrian Army faced in Aleppo obtained modern technologies, including those used to wage an information war.
"It looks like we entered the fight with only a drum and a pair of drumsticks. If Western journalists and their colleagues from the Gulf came here they would wonder how local residents managed to survive," Abdel Nasri said.
The Syrian Army officially declared victory in the four-year battle for Aleppo on Sunday. In the last few months, Aleppo has become an important battleground in Syria, engulfed by a conflict between government forces and a number of opposition and extremist groups.
Abdel Nasri stressed that mainstream media has been distributing false information about the situation in the liberated Aleppo and the actions of the Syrian Army.
"When the army entered the city people were celebrating. The city looked like a big wedding. Rumors about a humanitarian crisis are a blatant lie distributed by some American and Qatari media outlets," Abdel Nasri.
"When the talks on the extradition of Turkish militants began, [Turkish President] Recep Tayyip Erdogan wanted them to be sent home. But then, all of a sudden, hideouts with Turkish militants’ belongings burnt down. The army considers this an act of sabotage and looking for those responsible," Abdel Nasri said.
As for the withdrawal of terrorists from Aleppo, Abdel Nasri said that they demanded one or two Russian aircraft so they can fly away with their arms to their destination, but the Syrian government rejected their claims.
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