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Mohammad Reza Mohseni Sani:

Claims about Iran's interference in Syria, baseless

Service : Politic
Tehran, June 10, (ICANA) – Member of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Mohammad Reza Mohseni Sani dismissed the recent claims about Iran's meddling in Syria as a baseless claim by the enemies to justify their plots and antagonistic moves against the Syrian nation.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 4:53:46 PM
Claims about Iran's interference in Syria, baseless

Mohseni Sani strongly rejected a recent claim raised by the Head of the Syrian Dissidents National Coalition George Sabra about the interference of Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah in Syria, and stated, "The futile claim of the head of the Syrian dissidents is kind of projecting the blame (on others) and an escape forward."

He reiterated that Iran has not dispatched any armed, or military forces to Syria, and said the two countries have had frequent exchanges in cultural and training fields, "but our country has never sought to meddle with the Damascus crisis."

"On the contrary, since the start of developments in Syria, Iran has always been opposed to military engagements and laid emphasis on ending the crisis through talks."

The lawmaker also noted that the Lebanese Hezbollah's entry into the Syrian border villages, too, had merely been aimed at tension prevention and self defense, since otherwise that political group has no intention for entering Damascus to assist Assad's government.

He said allegations about Iran's interference in Syria are raised by those who seek to justify their meddling and support for terrorist actions in that country.

"Britain and France that have dispatched some 700 terrorists to Damascus have ill intentions about Syria's territorial integrity," he said.

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