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Syrian President Assad says Iran's presence in Syria is not negotiable
Date 14/06/2018 09:44  Author admin  Hits 44  Language Global
There has been speculation that Iran might pull its forces back from near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights in some kind of settlement.



In an interview with Iran’s Al Alam TV broadcast Wednesday night, he says reaching a settlement in the southwestern region, where Iranian-backed forces are near the border with Israel, is still possible. (SANA/AP)


Beirut: Syrian President Bashar Assad says Iran’s presence in Syria and its relations with Damascus are not negotiable and repeated the assertion that Iran has no fixed bases in Syria.

In an interview with Iran’s Al Alam TV broadcast Wednesday night, he says reaching a settlement in the southwestern region, where Iranian-backed forces are near the border with Israel, is still possible.

Israel has repeatedly warned against any permanent Iranian military presence in Syria.

Assad says contacts are “ongoing” between the Russians, the U.S., and the Israelis, but says the relationship between Syria and Iran “will not be part of any settlement” and is “not in the international bazaar.”

There has been speculation that Iran might pull its forces back from near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights in some kind of settlement.



- AP
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