Iran’s deputy FM, UN’s envoy discuss latest developments in Syria

In the phone conversation, Amir Abdollahian underlined the need for increased attention to the dispatch of humanitarian aid to the entire Syria, and urged the acceleration of aid delivery to the two towns of Foua and Kefraya, which are still sieged by armed terrorists.

He further hailed as positive the efforts made by the UN envoy to help resolve the crisis politically, and highlighted the significance of focusing on Syrian-Syrian dialog.

Amir Abdollahian, however, criticized the presence of certain notorious figures linked with terrorist groups in the ongoing Geneva talks, stressing that the attendance of such figures is detrimental to the political talks.

De Mistura, for his part, appreciated Iran’s efforts in the fight against terrorism and its support for a political solution to the ongoing crisis, and noted that the Geneva negotiations are on a positive track.

“The talks, despite the existing challenges, will resume until next Tuesday,” he went on to say.

The UN envoy also briefed the Iranian diplomat on the latest developments in the talks, and underlined the importance of further efforts by the UN in sending humanitarian aid to the crisis-hit Syria.

Syria has been gripped by civil war since March 2011 with Takfiri terrorists from various groups, including the Daesh, currently controlling parts of it.

By Tasnim News Agency

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