Iran’s navy commander says warships to visit Syria has nothing to do with the Middle East change in the situation
Iranian Navy, “Al Wande” frigate 22, the Suez Canal into the early morning
DAMASCUS, Feb. 28 (Xinhua correspondent arch Zhenxi) Iranian Revolutionary Guard navy commander of the saya in 28, said in Damascus, Syria, Iran warships to visit classification is intended to strengthen bilateral military cooperation in Iraq, delivered messages of peace, and current events in the Middle East has nothing to do.
saya in the day of the Iranian Embassy in Syria at a press conference that the Latakia is Syria’s two Iranian warships to visit Hong Kong’s task is to pass “the message of peace and friendship” and ” strengthen bilateral relations in Iraq classification, in particular, to strengthen bilateral naval cooperation. ”
saya says Iranian warships to visit Syria and the current events in the Middle East, “nothing.” Current events in the Middle East “will have no impact on Iran,” “classification of the relationship will not have any impact on Iraq.”
In response to media questions from reporters, saya says, “We visit the Western concerns about the surprise,” “our ships have the right under international law and practice visits to other countries through the Suez Canal.” . He said the past year, Iranian warships to visit the region’s countries and countries outside the region, Iranian warships will be needed for future visits to other countries. Iran’s strategy is “to strengthen Iran’s ability to defend, we have other countries do not have any intention of aggression.”
saya inside sources, the two ships to complete the development of Iraq’s classification of the two countries plan to visit, will return to Iran.
Iran “Kharg” was supply and support ship “Al Maiden” was on patrol frigate through the Suez Canal on 22 February, after arriving on the 24th port of Latakia in northern Syria. This is the 1979 Iranian Islamic revolution, Iran’s first warships passing through the Suez Canal. Israel reacted strongly, saying it is Iran’s “provocative act.”