Iran’s Support for Syria Appreciated

Iran’s Support for Syria Appreciated

A Syrian deputy information minister hailed the presence of Iran and Russia in war-hit Syria, saying efforts by Tehran and Moscow in the Arab country are aimed at preventing the US from taking unilateral measures in global affairs. Speaking to Tasnim News Agency, Ali al-Ahmed also pointed to recent threats by the US to end cooperation with Russia in Syria, saying that Moscow will not change its stances as a result of Washington’s pressure because the issue is related not only to Syria and its national security, but also to the geopolitical future of Russia. He said it is true that the battle in Syria is related to the Arab country, but it is also a battle for Iran and Russia to prevent Washington’s unilateral acts in managing world affairs. The US announced on Monday that it has suspended its cooperation with Russia to stop the Syrian civil war due to continued attacks by Russian warplanes and Syrian government forces on parts of Aleppo held by US-allied militants.


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