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Assad's Wife in "Black List"2012-03-20 12:35
At the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of European Union member countries, the organization may decide to expand its list of sanctions against Syrian authorities, including President Assad's wife - Asma Assad - in this list. She will be unable to enter the EU member countries; her assets in European Union will be frozen.
According to a number of media, Asma Assad, the wife of the Syrian President Bashar Assad, may be included into the "black" list of sanctions of the European Union member countries against Syrian authorities. This may happen on March 23, at the summit of the Foreign Ministers of European Union member countries, Dni.ru reported.
"A number of Assad's family members will be included in this list", the edition led a diplomatic source. It is assumed that people who have got into the the list of sanctions would be unable to enter the EU countries; their assets in the European countries also would be frozen. However, the Syrian president's wife will be able to enter the United Kingdom, where she was born, since she has British citizenship.
Asma was born in family of Syrian immigrants - immigrants from the city of Homs. She graduated from the London School for Girls, and then received a degree with honors in Computer Science and French Literature in the King's College, London University.
After graduation, she worked at Deutsche Bank in the Department of hedging, and from 1998 - Officer of the J. P. After the beginning of the romance with Bashar Assad, she ended her career and returned to Syria. She married the Syrian president in December 2000. They have three children, Newsarmenia reported.
Three thousand emails of the Syrian leader Bashar Assad and his wife got in the disposal of the English edition The Guardian. Assad consulted on how to become a strong leader for his own people, as well as how to bypass sanctions imposed by the Europeans and Americans.
Assad's emails have also revealed some details of the private life of the Syrian president's family. In particular, one can learn that Asma Assad (Assad's wife) had spent several thousand dollars on decor items, including candles and candle holders, having ordered them online.