Notorious terrorists inclusion in Syrian talks counterproductive

TEHRAN, Jan. 26 (MNA) – Iran’s deputy FM said Saudi Arabia's obstinacy to insert some ill-famed terrorists, as opposition members, in Syrian talks is a counterproductive approach.

United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon Sigrid Kaag and Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab-African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian met and discussed here on Monday.

Discussing the latest developments in Syria and the region, Amir-Abdollahian said the Islamic Republic of Iran will do its utmost to resolve the Syrian crisis through dialogue between different parties.

Criticizing Saudi Arabia’s counterproductive approach to include infamous and notorious terrorists in Syrian talks, Iranian diplomat said the terrorists who are known for criminal approaches, cannot be permitted to enter politics and governance with a new disguise. “This is an action contrary to the will of the majority of Syrian people.”

Pointing to the miscalculations of Zionist regime in dealing with the realities in Syria and Lebanon, he aid the regime’s reckless actions will undoubtedly result in negative consequences, calling for more UN serious efforts to prevent the hostile acts of the regime.

Sigrid Kaag, for her part, pointed to Iran's constructive role in solving regional crises, saying that Lebanon cannot be considered apart from the crises in the region.

Underlining that the resolution of Syrian crisis can play a role in solving the problems of Lebanon, Kaag said Lebanon takes serious impacts from the crisis, especially in Syria.

She also emphasized the need to continue consultations with the Islamic Republic of Iran for overcoming the crisis in Syria. “Iran could play a significant role in elimination of Syrian crisis," Kaag said.




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