Iran, China to Broad Cooperation in Different Dimensions

Monday, October 1, 2018 - 09:57

The head of IAU board of founders and trustees has met with academic Syrian and Chinese delegation in Tehran, highlighted Washington’s hostilities against Iran and China and recent victories of the Syrian nation against foreign-backed terrorists.

Dr. Ali Akbar Velayati made assurances that the Resistance Front will never allow the Arab country to disintegrate and said that the Americans do not want a successful influential country in West Asia like Iran and a powerful influential country like China in East Asia to exist.

“This will cause Iran and China, which believe in their independence, power and ability, to prevent the influence and presence of the United States and those seeking to destroy independence,” he added.

Dr. Velayati further hailed his meeting with the Chinese delegation as “very valuable” and said a number of successful plans were raised in the talks.

Underscored the age-old ties between Tehran and Beijing, He noted that relations between Iran and China have expanded in the past few years and despite facing many enemies like the US and despite these hostilities, the two countries' ties have deepened and expanded day by day.

Iran and China have close diplomatic, economic, trade and energy ties, and in recent years have developed their military relations as well.

He further underlined Iran’s continued advisory presence in Syria and said all nations are aware that the Islamic Republic plays “a decisive role” in the region.

“East and West of Syria are the same and the Islamic Republic of Iran will stay in Syria until the Syrian government supports Iran's presence in this country so that the independence of Syria is fully guaranteed,” Dt. Velayati added.

He went on to say that the Resistance Front will not allow an inch of the Syrian soil to be separated, adding that this has angered the Americans and that is why they always say Iran should leave the region.

The remarks come as Syrian forces continue to reclaim much of southern parts of the country and are poised to soon launch an offensive in Idlib, one of the last remaining areas outside of Damascus’ control.

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