Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif renewed Tehran’s full support for the Syrian government and nation in their war against the foreign-backed terrorists.
“Iran backs the Syrian government in their ongoing war against terrorism and extremism,” Zarif said in a meeting with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Berlin on Thursday.
The Iranian foreign minister underlined that dialog can play a vital role in fighting against terrorism.
Earlier this month, Syrian Prime Minister Wael Nader al-Halqi appreciated Tehran for its crucial role in supporting his country and the axis of resistance against the Takfiri terrorists.
“Iran has played an important role in strengthening the stability of the axis of resistance against terrorists,” the Syrian prime minister said in a meeting with former Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qassemi in Damascus.
The Syrian prime minister underlined that the support of the Iranian nation and government for the Syrian nation and government has helped the axis of resistance to confront the western and Israeli plots for the region.
Iran and Syria have had close ties in the past three decades. Syria was one of the most important partners of Tehran in war time with Iraq (1980-1988), during which Damascus closed the Iraqi oil pipeline carrying the country’s crude to the European markets.
Since 2011, after protests of some Syrian opposition groups turned into insurgency due to the meddling of certain western countries and their regional allies, Iran has been one of the main strategic partners of President Bashar Al-Assad’s legal government.
Iran has also held some conferences to find a peaceful way to end ongoing bloodshed in the Muslim country.