Member of the Syrian Coalition’s political committee Nasr Hariri condemned Iran’s blatant intervention in Syria, stressing that Iran’s intervention represents flagrant violation of the UN Security Council resolutions.
Hariri’s made these remarks following announcement on Friday by Iran’s chief of staff General Mohammad Hossein Bagheri that his country established a missile factory in Aleppo a few years ago.
The Iranian regime have sent hordes of mercenaries of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, the Iraqi Popular Mobilization militias, the Hezbollah militia and other foreign mercenaries to defend the Assad regime after the collapse of his army in the face of the FSA and rebel fighters.
Hariri emphasized that Iran’s intervention in Syria is doomed to fail, calling on the international community to put an end to the Iranian aggression on Syria and to prevent it from building military factories and bases that threaten civil peace in the region. He pointed out that the Iranian regime is pursuing a criminal policy aimed at killing, destruction, and forced displacement of the Syrian people.
“The Iranians are wrong in their belief that they can break the will of the Syrian people,” Hariri said, adding that “the revolution will achieve its goals of freedom and getting rid of tyranny no matter the plots being woven by the Assad regime and its allies.”
Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday condemned Hezbollah’s military intervention in Syria, noting that it violates UN Security Council Resolution 1701 (2006).
Ki-moon called on Hezbollah and all Lebanese parties to halt any interference in Syria. He said that Hezbollah’s involvement breaches Lebanon’s so-called self-distancing policy, warning that any military activities by Hezbollah or any other Lebanese elements in the neighboring country will subject Lebanon to grave risks. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Office)