15/7. Speaking to Al-Alam TV, Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said it is ready to hold a meeting in Tehran between the Syrian government and the opposition.
However, Mr. Salehi did not specify the armed forces against the government have been invited or not. As a longtime ally of Damascus, Tehran worried about the threat of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ousted. After many proposals to resume talks in Syria, this is the first to tell the Iranian opposition.
UN special envoy to, Russia and China expressed their support for Iran's participation in resolving the crisis in Syria. Meanwhile, the West and some Arab countries condemned severely, saying Tehran was still weapons aid to Damascus.