By: Middle East Affairs
On Sunday, according to the Tasnim news agency, Iranian Defense Minister Amir Hatami touched base in Syria for gatherings with President Bashar al-Assad and senior protection and military authorities as a component of a two-day visit.
It should be noted that Iranian powers have sponsored Assad in the nation’s civil war.
Hatami told Assad in a meeting: “The general population of the area, as well as the general population of the world are obliged to the fights that have occurred against fear mongers in Syria.”
Iranian Defence Minister Amir Hatami additionally disclosed to Assad that he was confident that all of Syria would before long be “freed” and dislodged Syrians could return home.
President Bashar al-Assad said in the meeting: “Relations between the two nations are solid and stable.”
According to the Iranian Students’ News Agency (ISNA), Hatami additionally met with Syrian Defense Minister Ali Abdullah Ayoub and talked about the most recent circumstance with “takfiri gatherings”, he said at a news meeting in Damascus.
Iranian authorities for the most part allude to Sunni Muslim radical gatherings as “takfiris.” Hatami also said that Iran can help Syria in growing its military armory.
He stated: “The Islamic Republic has high capacities in the zone of safeguard and can help Syria in growing their military gear.”
A week ago, U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said that Iran should expel its powers from Syria.
“Iranian military nearness in Syria is at the welcome of the Assad government and they have no prompt intends to pull back,” Senior Iranian authorities said. Hatami additionally said Iran can help with the recreation of Syria.
As indicated by Fars News, Hatami said on arrival in Syria: “We want to have a profitable part in the recreation of Syria.”
In excess of 1,000 Iranians, including senior individuals from the first class Revolutionary Guards, have been murdered in Syria since 2012.
It should be noted that the Guards at first stayed silent about their part in the Syria struggle. Be that as it may, lately, as losses have mounted, they have been more candid about their commitment, confining it as an existential battle against the Sunni Muslim fighters of Islamic State who see Shi’ites – the dominant part of Iran’s populace – as faithless people.