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Excerpt from PressTV: 
No one should dictate own decisions, views to Syrian people: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says “No one should ‘dictate’ its own decisions and views to Syrian people, who have been suffering from a foreign-backed militancy for over four years”, Press TV reports.

Zarif made the remark on Friday after the conclusion of the international negotiations aimed at resolving the ongoing crisis in Syria in the Austrian capital city of Vienna.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif

“The future of Syria can only be determined by the people of Syria. People here are not here to dictate,” he said, adding that those who want “to help in the future of Syria have to facilitate political dialog between the Syrian people.”

The Iranian foreign minister also said all sides involved in the conflict should recognize that terrorism and extremism cannot be used even as temporary assets, urging a collective effort in the fight against extremist groups operating in the Middle East.

“There won’t be a possibility to take advantage of terrorists however temporary, and they all need to realize that the security in this region requires everybody to work together in order to fight terrorism and extremism,” Zarif noted.


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