Iran rejects Turkey’s military presence in Syria and Iraq


Iran’s Foreign Minister has condemned the Turkish army’s presence in Syria and Iraq. “We reject the Turkish military presence in Syria and Iraq, and we consider Ankara’s policies towards Damascus and Baghdad to be wrong,” Mohammed Javad Zarif told Press TV yesterday. Turkey and Iran have different regional policies, especially in Syria. Ankara backs some elements of the opposition, while Tehran backs the regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, and has its own military presence in the country. Zarif, however, emphasized Iran’s claim that its only goal in Syria is to combat terrorism, a label that it attaches to all…

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