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FM: Iran Supports Any Good Will Plan to Settle Crisis in Syria

27 December 2012 18:29

Ali Akbar Salehi Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi underlined that Tehran is in favor of the peaceful settlement of the crisis in Syria and supports any good will plan to this end.

“Tehran supports any well-intentioned move aimed at putting an end to the ongoing aggressions in Syria and restoration of peace and security in that country,” Salehi said, addressing the foreign countries’ ambassadors and diplomatic missions residing in Tehran on Wednesday.

He also emphasized here Wednesday Islamic Republic of would spare no effort aimed at restoration of peace and security in Syria.

Iranian officials have recently called on political leaders and religious figures in the region to support Tehran’s 6-point plan to settle the crisis in Syria.

Iran’s proposed plan calls for an immediate end to violence and a start of the national dialogue. The third step is to create a reconciliation government and provide humanitarian aid to the people of Syria. The next step is the release of prisoners, who have not committed a crime against Syrians. And the final point is to allow media’s full access to Syria.

Tehran has recently doubled its efforts to settle the problems in Syria which has been experiencing unrests since March 2011 with organized attacks by well-armed gangs against Syrian security forces and border guards.

On November 18, Iran hosted the Syrian National Dialogue Conference, with the motto “No to Violence, Yes to Democracy”.

Over 200 Syrian religious and political figures, leaders of tribes and parties as well as representatives and leaders of the opposition groups took part in the two-day meeting in Tehran.

A number of Syrian parliament members as well as senior political figures from Sudan, Algeria, Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Brazil and Zimbabwe also took part in the meeting.

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