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Publish Date : 5/11/2022 5:35:22 AM
Assad's trip to Tehran and the messages that must be heard


Assad's trip to Tehran and the messages that must be heard

The Syrian President's visit to Tehran and meeting with the Supreme Leader of the Revolution and the President of Iran in the current situation shows that the experience of cooperation between the two countries in the fight against terrorism has led the parties to expand relations in other areas.

NOURNEWS - On Sunday, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad arrived in Tehran on an unannounced visit and met with the Supreme Leader and President of our country.

This is Assad's second visit to Iran since 2011. The role of Syria and its leadership is very important due to the geopolitical situation of this country as well as the political policy of Damascus.

For this reason, in 2011, the West and its regional allies, by creating proxy sedition of Takfiri terrorism in Syria, used all their capabilities to commit unprecedented crimes against the people of this country in order to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad and overthrow the unruly government. To create a safe and stable situation for the rulers of Tel Aviv on the common borders of the Zionist regime and Syria.

However, with the help and close support of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Russian Federation, the Syrian government was able to overcome the post-2011 crisis and restore normalcy in the country.

Although the Western, Hebrew and Arab conspiracy to overthrow Bashar al-Assad's government using the tools of Takfiri terrorism failed, the West's political effort pursued the so-called Abraham Accords and pressured Arab countries to normalize relations with Israel as an alternative, in order to continue to hit the resistance front.

Unfortunately, some Arab countries in the region also made a strategic mistake while playing on the ground of the United States and the Zionist regime, and by mistakenly thinking that the axis of resistance was weakening, its supporters practically infiltrated the ranks of Arab and Islamic countries defending the Palestinian cause.

However, countries like Syria, which did not give up the resistance with the support of their people, decided a different fate, as the Supreme Leader of the Revolution emphasized during his recent meeting with Bashar al-Assad: "Today's Syria is not pre-war Syria, although it "There was no time for destruction, Syria's respect and prestige is much greater now than ever before, and everyone sees it as a power."

Undoubtedly, the strategic relations between Iran and Syria, which expanded in the fight against Takfiri terrorism, are one of the main obstacles to the Zionist regime's intention to dominate the region and perpetuate evil.

Although many analysts in the region thought that the war in Syria was an exceptional and historic opportunity for the Zionist regime to increase its influence in the region and expand its hegemony, new power soon emerged in the region with the victory of the resistance against Takfiri terrorists and their supporters, whose sphere of action and political and military power was far greater than before.

Some Western media outlets have reported in recent months that Syria will be out of the focus of its powerful allies and will be left alone in regional developments as Russia engages in Ukraine and prolongs Iran-P4 + 1 talks to lift oppressive sanctions.

Assad's recent visit to Iran and his meeting with the highest officials of the Islamic Republic, however, showed that no factor can stop the expansion of Tehran-Damascus strategic relations.

This, along with the growing power of the Palestinian resistance groups, which has made the Israeli security system fragile internally, is a clear sign of the growing strength, political, military, and security capacity of the Resistance Front.

The Zionist regime's media analysis of the effects of Bashar al-Assad's visit to Iran could reflect the Tel Aviv rulers' fear of increasing the depth and strategic dimension of Iran-Syria relations.

These media outlets wrote yesterday and today; that Bashar al-Assad's visit to Iran shows that the alliance between Iran and Syria will remain and become stronger.

Syria's transition from the stage of security tensions achieved with the defeat of ISIS and other Takfiri terrorist groups and the need to rebuild the remnants of the years left by the crisis are among the new platforms for the development of bilateral cooperation between Iran and Syria in economic, trade, industrial and Has created a development.

According to this; One of the main topics of discussion between the Presidents of Iran and Syria during the recent meeting was the expansion of economic cooperation between the two countries.

Certainly, strong political ties between the two countries, by exchanging economic and trade capacities while securing common interests, can create new foundations for strengthening the stable relations between Tehran and Damascus.

Bashar al-Assad's second visit to Tehran after the two countries' joint victory over Takfiri terrorism is an important turning point in the new economic relations between Iran and Syria, which could open a new chapter in removing the destructive effects of the war from Syria by creating a boost in exchangeable economic capacities.

BY: Mohammad Ghaderi                 


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