Syria is bounded by the Mediterranean and Lebanon on the west, by Jordan on the south, by Iraq on the east and by Turkey on the north. The frontier between Syria and Turkey was settled by the Franco-Turkish agreement of 22 June 1929.
The Baath Party and its puppet parties under the National Progressive Front. All opposition parties are banned in Syria.
Sami al Hinnawi
Bashar al Assad
Ottoman Empire A+
The most striking feature of the Syrian climate is the contrast between sea and desert. A+
Iraq and Turkey A+