BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:45 P.M.) – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told his Russian and Turkish counterparts on Thursday that supports a new push to clear Idlib of the jihadist forces currently inside the governorate.

Rouhani met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan this morning and later met with the latter and his Russian Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

During the Sochi conference, the three presidents are expected to discuss the situation in the Idlib Governorate and the potential solutions to the jihadist presence there.

 

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Iran has the most likely position, it is not possible to trust Turkey at all. Idlib must be totally free of terrorists and Turkish.

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

Pray for the Catholic Syrians living under al qaeda in Idlib.

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

Errr, Hezbollah also often used the “Organisation of Islamic Jihad” as a pseudonym ;-)Khamenei also often said Iran was into jihad and actually directly supports the “Palestinian Islamic jihad” group in Hamastan… Hamas which also gets Iranian support openly say they are the spearhead of global Jihad…
Will Iran change its ways and stop funding/arming its proxies since they’re also jihadists or go on with double standards?

ian
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ian

I see Daeshbags-Sux and have learnt to scroll past after reading some of your posts, I just wanted to tell you.

Long Live Syria
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Long Live Syria

No. They use different rulers, one for the rest of the world and another for their most beloved Israel 🙂 Israel & Iran are MAD for each other.