Tehran insists continue to send advisers to Iraq and Syria
BAGHDAD / long-Presse
said Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan, in a press interview I followed ( the long - Presse), said that "his country would continue to send military advisers for each of theIraq and Syria in order to defend against terrorism , "noting that" Islam is an important Muslim countries for us. "
Dehghan said that" his country will work to provide assistance to Iraq and Syria as much as it can of thecapacity because the parts of the two Muslim countries are attacked, which provides assistance to thedefense them , "asserting that" Iran is sending military advisers to these two countries in the initiative ,including the defense of the Islamic countries. "
the commander of Iran 's Qods Force Qassem Soleimani has shown, on 28 may 2016, Tehran 's readiness to intervene militarily in Iraq to eradicate" terrorism "in the event of the issuance of guidance so supreme religious authority in Najaf Ali al - Sistani, as he emphasized the absence of the need for this matter now to the presence of al - Sistani in Iraq.
linked to Iraq and Iran after the 2003 political and close economic ties, after the rupture between the two countries following the eight - year war waged by countries in the eighties the last century, while the Iraqi politicians accuse Iran of being behind numerous acts of violence carried out inside Iraq, through its support to some of the armed groups, and equipped with weapons and explosives, but the government and theNational Alliance deny it.