Iran proposes its four-article plan to end terrorism in Syria


Iran’s deputy-FM for Arab and African Affairs has said Iran has proposed a four-article plan for terminating terrorist measures in Syria.

In a meeting with New Zealand PM advisor in Iran and ME affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that “Islamic Republic of Iran closely follows the political developments in the region and recommends all to work within frameworks of joint cooperation agreements to bring peace back to the region.”

Heading a political delegation to Iran, Team Webster told Amir-Abdollahian that “Islamic Republic of Iran plays an important role in the regional developments, boosting democracy and fighting terrorism.”

He pointed to the Syrian developments and said sending humanitarian aid was important for the Syrians and New Zealand supported it and added that “Syrians need to be supported by the regional and international aid to find a relief from crisis.”

Amir-Abdollahian said that “extremism and terrorism are dangerous for both the region and international community and the first priority for the Syrians is fighting against terrorism.”