Syrian borders needing control

TEHRAN, Feb. 20 (MNA) –Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab-African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian commented on the latest developments in Syria on Friday.  

To actualize political resolution in Syria, the Syrian borders with its neighboring countries should be controlled to stop any more terrorist traffic into the war-torn country, said Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Amir-Abdollahian said on Friday while interviewed by Iran’s state-run Television.

The senior diplomat voiced against establishing a no-fly zone over Syria reiterating that the sole solution of the 6-year-old crisis is political.

Amir-Abdollahian severely castigated those countries which share the table at the meetings of the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) and still follow militancy in Syria, underlining that the repetition of such plans will sure do no help to the security and stability of the region.

The Iranian diplomat stressed that border blocking of terrorists into Syria will facilitate political resolution of the mayhem.

We support ceasefire for delivery of humanitarian relief to all the areas of Syria but those held by terrorists, maintained Amir-Abdollahian underlining the need to resume UN-brokered talks between representatives of Syrian government and the oppositions who respect political way.

He warned that instrumental approach toward terrorism in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen will affect security and stability in the region more if not stopped immediately.

An Arab country attacking another Arab country or an Islamic country massacring the defenseless civilians in a Muslim country with history, civilization and culture is another huge mistake in the region, said the diplomat touching upon Saudi’s ceaseless bombardment of Yemen.

He underlined that focusing on political solution and paying attention to humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen is necessary to let the Yemeni nation decide for the future of their own country through world-known democratic methods.  




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