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Iranian Speaker to visit SL, Vietnam to discuss Syrian situation

2018-04-15 16:25:41
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A delegation headed by Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani would arrive in Sri Lanka and Vietnam to discuss about the Syrian situation among other bilateral and international issues, MEHR News Agency reported today.

It said the Speaker had left for Vietnamese capital Hanoi already. Heading a parliamentary delegation, Larijani will also make a visit to Sri Lanka.

Speaking to reporters before departure, Larijani said the aim of his visits is to expand bilateral relations in various fields and to promote parliamentary cooperation with the two countries.

Larijani added that the current global developments will also be discussed with the Vietnamese officials, noting the airstrikes carried out by the US, UK and France against Syria, which came after a suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma last weekend.

“One of the key issues to be discussed with Vietnamese and Sri Lankan officials is the Syrian situation because, to our utter surprise, international mechanisms were all ignored in the attack, which can cause adverse consequences for future conflicts. Therefore, it is needed to talk with officials of Vietnam and Sri Lanka on this issue and hope that the talks would be helpful for establishing peace in the international scene,” Larijani said.


  Comments - 11

  • Pridelounge Sunday, 15 April 2018 16:44

    Sorry Sorry sir we love to help but currently we are spineless and we do what UK n USA say

    Reply : 13       39

    Sam Sunday, 15 April 2018 17:13

    We don't want to be dragged into anyone elses problems thanks. We have enough at home.

    Reply : 18       21

    RD Sunday, 15 April 2018 18:02

    Syrian situation??? USA attacked Syria without asking us and despite that Iran want our involvement in this matter. My3 should explain Iran that USA even didn't ask us join them in that coordinate attack on Syria.

    Reply : 6       21

    das Sunday, 15 April 2018 20:08

    Funny!

    Reply : 0       7

    Kevin Sunday, 15 April 2018 19:48

    Sorry mate. Our civil war not over yet.

    Reply : 5       15

    charlie Sunday, 15 April 2018 21:43

    Sir,we general public with you , we remember and grateful to your support during our difficult times,but now our country follows a theme ,that what western countries we are immediately ready to do so

    Reply : 10       19

    SS Sunday, 15 April 2018 21:55

    What can we do other than sympathise with you. We are all non -white third world at the mercy of the White Christian first world. Only Russia,even though it is white,has the potential to defend us.

    Reply : 10       25

    Lord Wolfstein Monday, 16 April 2018 09:17

    Iranians are white Aryans and no Arabs as many believe. How will Iran bring peace if it wages brutal wars of aggression in several countries (Yemen, Syria and others). With its support in Syria, Russia is at the end of its power, as it is almost financially bankrupt. Neither Russia nor Iran are democratic countries but dictatorships in which human rights are trampled on.

    Reply : 5       11

    Rupa Monday, 16 April 2018 07:02

    Please don’t waste your time and our money hosting you, we are running without a government ... sorry can’t help

    Reply : 1       13

    Sach Monday, 16 April 2018 08:32

    Iran helped us in difficult times. But I don't think he would find friends in the current government. What we have is a US puppet government. We even brought a UN resolution against us to please the west.

    Reply : 2       8

    Jaliya Monday, 16 April 2018 08:33

    Speaker said "To our utter surprise, international mechanisms were all ignored in the attack .... " fair enough US,UK and FR had patients and sympathy I say that you are still alive to travel and talk with third world corrupt governments. The chemical attacks carried out by your government ....... did that by-pass any international mechanisms in place against your government using chemical weapons on your own people ?

    Reply : 5       9

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