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Amir Abdollahian’s meeting with the UN representative on Syrian affairs

The UN Secretary General’s special representative for Syria, Geir Peterson, met and discussed with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hossein Amirabdollahian, at the Iranian embassy in Geneva.
– International News – Tasnim News, in this meeting that took place today, the latest political developments in Syria and ways to help solve the problems of this country were discussed and exchanged. Amir Abdollahian emphasized on the continuation of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s assistance to the mission of the Secretary General’s special representative to help solve the problems in Syria. He also emphasized the need to support the Syrian government in continuing the fight against terrorism.
Our country’s foreign minister said: The situation in Syria has become complicated due to the interference of the United States and dozens of terrorist groups under the influence of these interventions continue to threaten the security of Syria.

Amir Abdullahian’s consultation with the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations in Geneva
Explanation of the details of the statement of the meeting of heads of Islamic and Arab countries by Amir Abdullahian

Peterson said that he will try to The tensions in Syria will decrease and Azhar hoped that the current developments in Palestine will not have a negative impact on the situation in Syria. “/>


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