Nasrallah hails Iran’s efforts for reaching political solutions to regional crises

BEIRUT, May 16 (MNA) – Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah commended Iran’s policy in fighting terrorism and its efforts for reaching a political solution to regional crises.

Secretary General of Hezbollah of Lebanon made the remark in a meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab-African Affairs, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, in Beirut, conferring with the Iranian diplomat on the latest regional developments, particularly in Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.

Nasrallah went on to add that the sides which pursue their objectives through military and security means as well as instrumental use of terrorism are the cause of instability and spread of terrorism in the region.

The Hezbollah leader highlighted the sacrifices of Resistance martyrs as well as martyred defenders of the holy shrines against the atrocities of the Israeli regime and terrorism, saying if it were not for their sacrifices, the region would be void of any semblance of security.  

He further linked Takfiri terrorists’ attacks in Syria and Iraq and their efforts in spreading insecurity to other Muslim countries in the region to the ‘ambitious policies of the illegitimate Zionist regime’ and its supporters.

Amir Abdollahian, for his part, expressed his condolences to Hezbollah leader over the martyrdom of senior Hezbollah commander Mustafa Badreddine, aliased ‘Zulfiqar,’ who was killed during an artillery bombardment carried out by Takfiri groups, as announced by Hezbollah in a statement on Friday.

The Iranian diplomat also took part in a special ceremony held by Hezbollah in commemoration of martyred Mustafa Badreddine. Amir Abdollahian further met with the family of the martyr, and expressed his condolences and sympathy on behalf of Iranian officials and the nation.

Accompanied by a political and security delegation, Amir Abdollahian arrived in Beirut Friday night to meet with the family of martyred Mustafa Badreddine. He left Beirut for Tehran early Sunday. 




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