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Iran, South Africa Stress Need to Stop Violence in Syria, Adopt Dialogue and Political Solutions

Apr 17, 2013

TEHRAN, (SANA) – Iran and South Africa stressed the need to stop violence, adopt political solutions and hold national dialogue in order to resolve the crisis in Syria.

During a meeting of the Political Committee of Iran and South Africa which has held in Iran on Wednesday, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian said that his country presented a number of suggestions to the UN for resolving the crisis in Syria, and that it called for a second Geneva meeting supervised by the UN.

Abdullahian said the crisis in Syria resulted from foreign interference.

In turn, South Africa's Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim, underlined the need for a polticial solution to the crisis in Syria, noting that South Africa is in contact with all sides in Syria and is pursuing this issue on the international level in venues such as the BRICS group.

H. Sabbagh

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