Mehmanparast: Iran has Comprehensive Project for Resolving Syrian Crisis which Will Be Discussed at NAM Summit

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesmen Ramin Mehmanparast that that talks will be held on the sideline of the 16th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with countries who have viewpoints in accord with Iran, and that these talks will discuss a comprehensive project presented by Tehran to resolve the crisis in Syria.

In a press conference on Saturday, Mehmanparast said that the NAM summit will be a suitable opportunity for presenting this project, noting that the meeting on Syria will see the participation of 29 countries that offered suggestions for resolving the crisis, resulting in forming a communication team.

He noted that other than the situation in Syria, the NAM summit will discuss the situation in Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Latin America and Africa, adding that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will be participating in the summit, along with 27 presidents, 2 kings, 7 prime ministers, 9 vice presidents, 2 parliament speakers, and 5 special presidential envoys, 23 foreign ministers, and several other ministers.

The NAM summit is due to be held on August 30-31 on the presidential level, on August 28-29 on the foreign ministers level, and August 26-27 on the level of experts.

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