Iran demands Al-Maliki with logistical support, military airlift, prey for lion system
Iran demands that Al-Maliki with logistical support and military airlift and prey for the lion system
Date posted 09/08/2012 09:30 AM
Babnioz. source: agencies of the Government of Iraq, the Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security request from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to support army of the Syrian regime militarily and logistically in the face of "free the Syrian army," an Iranian plan to set up an air bridge to Syria through Iraqi airspace.
The source, who did not disclose his name to Kuwaiti newspaper that "the Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saeed jalili, asked Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during their talks in Baghdad to join the Iranian plan labeled b (deterrent to defeat the Syrian Revolution)".
"Tehran is satisfied with the current role played by Al-Maliki and want to move from the stage of political support and media to logistic support to strengthen the capacity of the army in the face of the lion system Syrian Army fighters".
"The Iranian regime's push towards regional and sectarian war embroiling Iraq wants." He noted that the "Iranian plan to support Lion deterrence include the creation of a safe air corridors between Iran and Syria over Iraq, and the Iraqi Government to lend the Syrian regime hard currency loan of up to $5 billion, and export Iraqi oil through Syrian territory".
"The plan also include the Syrian Government to provide petroleum products, and opening for volunteering to thousands of Iraqi Shiite fighters, and cut Iraqi oil to Jordan, and the freezing of diplomatic and trade relations with Turkey, and some facilities for fighters of the Kurdistan Workers Party in northern Iraq, the Turkish opposition to strengthen the fight against the Turkish army, and establish an effective mechanism for the exchange of intelligence between Baghdad and Tehran and Damascus on the threats of armed groups and some Governments in the region."
He was the Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saad jalili arrived in the capital Baghdad, on Wednesday after his visit to Beirut and Damascus.
Jalili's visit comes a day after a visit to the Syrian capital of Damascus and talks with President Bashar Al-Assad on Tuesday, where he confirmed that his country will not allow to break the axis resistance which Syria involved key, after two days of his visit to Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, July 6. Syria has since 15 March 2011, popular protest movement started by raising demands for reform and democracy, ended with the claim projection system after bloody violence was unprecedented by Syrian security forces and what is known as "Arabs", the date for the fall of more than 20,000 people have been killed by the Syrian Observatory for human rights while outnumbered detainees in Syrian prisons on the background of protests by detainees 25,000 Observatory, as well as hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced persons, missing persons, with Syrian authorities accused "terrorist" groups Of being behind the violence.
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