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TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s National Assembly on Wednesday unanimously approved a package of military and diplomatic cooperation for Syria, according to local media sources.
The Syrian delegation of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) met with the delegation of the Syrian regime on Thursday to discuss future cooperation on security cooperation between Tehran and Damascus, a regional envoy of the IRGC’s Qods Force told state television.
Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, however, dismissed the claims.
A Syrian regime delegation will visit Tehran in the coming days to discuss the issue of cooperation between Tehran and Damascus.
The Iranian team will visit Tehran in August, he added.
The visit will also include talks regarding Syria’s territorial integrity and maritime borders.
“After the meetings with Iranian delegation, the Iranian delegation will be accompanied by the Syrian regime’s defense ministry as well as the Syrian mission in Geneva to discuss cooperation among the two states on the Syrian crisis,” he said.
The Iranian delegation is expected to have the opportunity to discuss Iran’s defense policy issues with its Syrian counterpart, the envoy added.
It was first reported that Iran would contribute 10 percent of Syria’s defense budget to the country’s government.
According to Iranian officials, all the remaining 2 percent is expected to be covered by the Syrian government in a cooperation accord, according to the official state media.
The proposal was approved by a vote of 27-15.
“The Iranian delegation will visit Syria to discu바카라사이트ss a possible cooperation with the regime, while the Russian delegation also has plans for a visit in August,” the representative of the Syrian delegation said.
The visit will include meetings with Iranian defense officials and a visit to the headquarters of the National Intelligence Institute, IRNA quoted the ambassador as saying.
“All the countries which are participating in the plan to end the conflict have agreed to provide their cooperation to the Syrian regime,” Soleimani said.
The Syrian opposition has requested a complete halt in the hostilities and negotiations about a political solution.
Iran, which has supported Syrian opposition forces in clashes against government forces, has denied having military or military-related expertise in the conflict in the country.
On October 4, the U.S. State Department issued an emergency travel ban on seven Iranian