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News number: 8810231322

16:22 | 2010-01-13

Foriegn Policy

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Iranian, Syrian Presidents Confer on Regional Issues

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad in a telephone conversation discussed the latest developments in the region.



During the telephone conversation on Tuesday, President Ahmadinejad underlined that the Iran-Syria convergence would create a brilliant future.

"Today, there is good coordination between the two countries and this issue has changed the situation in the region in the interest of Iran and Syria in the last three decades," Ahmadinejad added.

"The anti-arrogance front should continue its move stronger than before," the Iranian president added.

Regarding the Palestinian issue, Ahmadinejad said that the Zionist regime of Israel is now experiencing a weak position and Islamic states should do their best to restore the rights of the Palestinian.

Elsewhere, he warned of the plots aimed at stirring insecurity in Iraq, and noted that the move supported by the arrogant powers would eventually prove futile.

Bashar al-Assad, for his part, lauded the strategic relations between Tehran and Damascus, and stated, "The enemy will not be able to disrupt the two countries' ties through its moves."

He also underlined that his country shares identical views with Iran on all issues.