Iran blames Israel and the US for prolonging the conflict in Syria | News
Iran’s Foreign Minister, Hosein Amir Abdolahian, during a meeting with the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General’s envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen, said on Sunday that Israel and the United States (USA) .) are responsible for the Syrian crisis not coming to an end.
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The Iranian foreign minister took advantage of the meeting to criticize the presence of US occupational troops in Syrian territory, as well as the continuous attacks by the Zionist regime against the population.
Likewise, the government official in Tehran highlighted his nation’s position of supporting the resolution of the instability in Syria through political means, through cooperation agreements and full respect for International Law.
.@GeirOPedersen held useful discussions w/Foreign Minister of Iran Amir Abdollahian & other senior officials. Explored possibilities for progress & noted the need for key stakeholders to work together on ways to move the political process forward in line with SC resolution 2254.
— UN Special Envoy for Syria (@UNEnvoySyria)
January 16, 2022
Likewise, Abdolahian highlighted the role that the multilateral organization must play in helping the Syrian Government to resolve its conflicts, at the same time, the foreign minister took the opportunity to recognize Pedersen’s work in his struggle to promote peace, national dialogue and stability as solutions for the crisis in Damascus.
Abdolahian affirmed that two other crucial topics to be able to solve the Syrian conflict are the refugees and the unilateral sanctions imposed by the White House and Western allies.
For his part, the UN official classified the situation in Syria as stable while stressing that neither party is reflecting on a change of government in this country.
The European representative of the United Nations for Syria, Geir Pedersen, arrived in Tehran this Saturday at the head of a delegation from the international entity to meet there with Persian government officials.