Iran and Iraq: Political Solution for Syrian Conflict is Needed

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Syria: Iran & Iraq underline importance of political solution for Syrian conflict.

While the Iranian Ambassador to Syria, Mohammad Reza Rao’uf Sheibani, showed some concern about the current situation and the state of the conflict in Syria, also the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki spoke about the Syrian conflict and said that Iraq supports all efforts in order to find a political solution for the crisis and conflict in Syria by negotiations.

The Iranian Ambassador to Damascus, Mohammad Reza Rao’uf Sheibani, said in a new statement that all involved parties as well as the regional and international actors behind the conflict in Syria have to try their best to find a peaceful and political solution to the ongoing conflict in the Arab nation.

Mohammad Reza Rao’uf Sheibani voiced some concern over the current state of the conflict in Syria and said that he hopes that all sides and players involved in the conflict in the Muslim country, Syria, shall try everything to find a fast diplomatic solution for the ongoing crisis and violence in the country.

The Ambassador from Iran, Mohammad Reza Rao’uf Sheibani, further said in his recent statements about the Syrian conflict that the Islamic Republic of Iran will support all diplomatic approaches to settle the ongoing conflict and crisis in Syria. The Iranian diplomat in Damascus, Rao’uf Sheibani, further said that the Iranian government in the capital Tehran has always supported a national dialogue as the only solution for the conflict and crisis in the Arab nation.

The Iranian Ambassador to Syria, Rao’uf Sheibani, also said that the armed conflicts in Syria are no benefits for the Syrian people and the people of the region in the Middle East. The Iranian Ambassador in the Syrian capital Damascus underlined that any foreign meddling in the ongoing conflict and crisis in Syria will only lead to a situation in which the conditions in Syria will even become more complicated.

Officials from Iran as well as the Iranian Ambassador to Damascus have repeatedly underlined that the administration of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Tehran supports a solution by negotiations for Syria. The Iranian officials underlined often that Tehran is in favour of negotiations between the Syrian government in Damascus and the external “Syrian opposition groups” in order to stop the ongoing bloodshed and conflict in Syria.

However, not only the Iranian Ambassador to Damascus had some new statements about the Syrian conflict and underlined the importance of a political solution to the crisis in Syria after the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said in Damascus yesterday, that Syria will eradicate the terrorism on its soil, also the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki reiterated support for any efforts to find a quick political solution to the conflict in Syria by negotiations between all involved sides in the Syrian conflict.

Iran / Syria
Iran / Syria

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki met with the UN Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs, Jeffrey Feltman (already suspicious), and during his meeting with the hardened criminal J. Feltman, the Prime Minister of Iraq called on all regional powers in the Middle East as well as on the so-called Western “community of values” to exert pressure on all sides and backers that are involved in the conflict in Syria to sit at the negotiation table in order to find a political solution to the Syrian conflict, according to an official statement by the Iraqi cabinet from today.

The official Iraqi statement said further that the hardened criminal, UN Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs, Jeffrey Feltman, agreed to the statement of the Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki in terms of Syria and that Jeffrey Feltman also stressed that Iraq should take part in the upcoming international conference on Syria – Geneva II; which might happen in the beautiful Geneva in October this year. However, it seems al-Maliki still sleeps in the same bed together with Washington.

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2 Comments

  1. ‘Political power comes from the barrel of a gun.’ Mao Tse Tung said that; nothing like stating the obvious, but it’s been true since bows and arrows went out of fashion. So. The political solution for Syria would be a bullet in the ear of every jihadi rat. Of course, the politicians are perfectly willing to talk all parties to death – – —

  2. Should more countries like Iran start to openly support the Syrian Government,the terrorists will not have a chance, we need global mobilization toward the support for a peaceful solution. Iraq should openly support the Syrian government, that would be a big boost to the cause.

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