Senior Iranian deputy: Tehran favors direct dialogue between Kurds, Damascus

The Iranian news agency "IRNA"  said that the head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee in the Iranian parliament, "Hishmaet Allah Fallahet Bisha" believes that Iran prefers to hold talks between Damascus and the Syrian Kurds.


"Iran wants the Syrian regime and the Kurds to enter into negotiations without preconditions," Bisha told Iran's official IRNA news agency.

"As long as the Syrian regime wants it, the Iranians will be ready to help," he said.

In another part of the interview, the Iranian MP said that Idlib is the most important problem facing the Syrian regime.

"There are 100,000 extremist terrorists in Idlib, so the northwestern part of Syria faces serious problems," he said.

"These problems must be resolved through political action because, in the case of war, there will be a humanitarian catastrophe," he said.




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