Friday, 15 February 2019 19:25

Moussa Urges Effective Measures to Confront Iran’s Cross-border Terrorist Militias

Vice-President of the Syrian Coalition, Dima Moussa, said that the international consensus among participants in the Warsaw Conference, which considered Iran the biggest threat in the Middle East, should be followed by tough, practical measures twisting the arms of this state sponsoring cross-border terrorism.

Moussa underscored that the Iranian danger is not limited to aiding Assad in the killing of the Syrian people only but also represents a threat to the security of the whole region. She noted that Iran is sending sleeper cells and sectarian militias to many countries in the region.

Moussa said that Iran's sprawling tentacles are aimed at creating chaos and instability in the countries of the region. She noted that Iran is serving its goals through the Houthi militia in Yemen, the Hezbollah militia in Lebanon, and dozens of terrorist militias operating in Syria and Iraq.

Moreover, Moussa voiced her support for the US calls for the withdrawal the European countries from the Iran nuclear deal as Iran poses a serious threat to international peace and security.

President of the Syrian Coalition, Abdurrahman Mustafa, expressed his support to tightening of the sanctions on Iran as he stressed that “the Iranian regime’s terrorist actions in the region are self-evident.”

Moussa stressed the importance of supporting all countries, especially the Arab countries, to take serious steps leading to the isolation of Iran and ending its interference in the affairs of countries of the region and its spreading of terrorism, especially in Syria and Iraq.

The Warsaw Conference convened on Wednesday bringing together foreign ministers and officials from more than 60 countries, most notably the United States and Saudi Arabia with the aim of ratcheting up pressure on the Iranian regime. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)

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