Iran: Fate of Syria’s al-Assad Must Be Decided at Talks

Syria: Assad visits University in Damascus
Syria: Assad visits University in Damascus
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The Iranian administration is convinced that the fate of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must be decided in talks and negotiations and that any dialogue between the foreign-backed staged opposition and the Syrian government in the capital Damascus cannot be predicated on the condition that the Syrian President al-Assad goes.

The Iranian leadership insists that the future of the Syrian President and government must be decided at talks, according to the Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi. The Iranian Foreign Minister Akbar Salehi said this in a new interview with the biased German magazine “Der Spiegel” on Sunday.

Ali Akbar Salehi, the Iranian FM, also said in this interview with the German magazine that Iran is prepared to advocate these approaches at the upcoming emergency international conference on the topic Syria, which is proposed by the United States and Russia.

The Iranian Foreign Minister further stated in this new interview that Iran is also interested in peace in the Middle East and that the Iranian administration is seeking a negotiated solution for the Syrian conflict and crisis.

Meanwhile, the Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, one of the terrorist supporters among the Erdogan regime in Turkey, which is service foreign interests and Zionist wishes, said on Sunday that it is absolutely time for the (so-called) international community to take action against the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, with the alleged security risks on Turkish soil and the other neighboring countries of Syria.

The Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoglu did not mention in his statement that the Erdogan regime hosts an not specified amount of armed thugs and fighters willfully on Turkish soil and that even the Turkish airline was and is part of the logistical solutions for bringing religious fanatics, murderers and fighters into Syria. Whoever hosts radical religious fanatics, jihadists, mercenaries and thugs should not be surprised about the decrease of security on his own soil, should he?

Syria: Assad visits University in Damascus
Syria: Assad visits University in Damascus

The Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said this at a news conference in the German capital Berlin, a day after the twin car bombs exploded in the Turkish border town of Reyhanli. While the Turkish Erdogan regime blames the Syrian leadership in Damascus and the Syrian Intelligence services for this terrorist attack in the Turkish town of Reyhanli, it seems clear that the Syrian administration and specific services were and are not behind this bomb attack in Reyhanli.

It is more probably, that it was either a planned false-flag action in order to blame it on the Syrian administration or that the armed thugs of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and other radical groups, trained in Turkey, were behind this act of terrorism, which is just to condemn on every level.

The Syrian President al-Assad always has made it clear in his statements and interviews, that Syrian makes huge differences between the so-called “politics” of the Erdogan regime in Turkey and the real neighbors and friends of Syria, the Turkish people.

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3 Comments

  1. Et tu, Iran? What's the adage? With friends like this? "Talks" to decide if President Assad goes?? No! That's what elections are for.

    • Assad doesn't grow a beard, and most of the Syrian officials don't grow beards, Iran is not that happy but have to deal with them. They do prefer bearded men to be in places of power.

  2. "Et tu, Iran?" Excellent question — Salehi, speaking extemporaneously to a 'West'-warcriminal media organ, says things he would never dream of repeating in the Iranian Majlis: he has apparently gotten too used to bargaining away the rights of Iran during his 'negotiations' (under nuclear blackmail and threats) with the 'West'-warcriminals, that he has come to believe this unprincipled 'strategy' of creeping verbal concessions (i.e. a slow-motion submission) must also be acceptable to all other nations. This lamentable softening of the brain often happens to those who have too much contact with the professional liars of the 'West' diplomatic corpse.

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