UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iran has used air assets to transport civilians in Syria soldiers and large quantities of weapons through Iraqi airspace to support Bashar al-Assad to quell the insurgents, according to a report Western intelligence services which Reuters had access. The United States always ask the Iraqi authorities on Iranian flights suspected of providing arms to the Syrian regime through its airspace. So far, Baghdad has always claimed not allow the passage of any weapon by his tunes But the report consulted by Reuters said that Iranian weapons were sent in large quantities to Syria via Iraq. These deliveries were organized by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, the report said. If Tehran's main ally Bashar al-Assad, has long been accused of supplying arms to the Syrian regime, this report argues that these deliveries are in reality far more serious and systematic than what was previously thought, thanks to an agreement between senior Iraqi and Iranian. "Planes go almost every day from Iran to Syria through Iraq with their board the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, and dozens of tons of weapons to the Syrian security forces and militias fighting the insurgents, "said the report, a copy of which was obtained through a diplomatic source at the UN. Baghdad Wednesday denied the contents of this report. "Iraq rejects the baseless allegations that he would allow Iran to use its airspace to transport weapons to Syria," said Ali al-Moussawi, media adviser to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. "The Prime Minister has always advocated a peaceful solution to the conflict Syrian and the need for a prohibition on interference of a third State in Syria, either by sending weapons or helping others to do," he added. IMPLIED AGREEMENT? According to this report, Western diplomats have described as credible and consistent according to their information, Tehran agreed with Baghdad to use its airspace. A diplomat believes it is possible that no formal agreement has actually been found, but there is between the two countries a tacit agreement never to ask any questions about any arms transfers to Syria . Several Iranian media reported Sunday that the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Mohammad Ali Jafari [Unlink]
, admitted that members of the armed corps brought a non-military aid to Syria and Lebanon and that Tehran could engage militarily sides of Bashar al-Assad if his main enemies went on the offensive. But the next day, the Foreign Ministry has denied the reports. Two Iranian Boeing 747 specifically mentioned in the report as Western intelligence services have been involved in arms transfers are part of the 117 aircraft struck Wednesday sanctions by the U.S. Treasury Department. The U.S. Treasury also placed on its blacklist of airline Iran Air Yas for having supplied weapons to Damascus. A panel of UN experts responsible for monitoring the implementation of sanctions on the Iranian regime had repeatedly stated that Yas Air and Iran Air, was sending weapons to Syria. The Committee also reported that Iran sent weapons to Syria via Turkey, and not through Iraq. According to the report, these deliveries Turkish airspace have been longer. "Since Ankara has taken a firm stand against Syria, and said he would intercept all weapons convoys sent to the Assad regime via Turkish territory or airspace, Tehran has completely stopped using this route, "it is written. Iran has no right to sell weapons under a UN embargo is part of a set of international sanctions linked to Tehran's nuclear program.