Two regimes, the same face: Iran And Syria Sign Deal For Military Cooperation

Iran and Syria signed a deal for military cooperation in a meeting between the defense ministers of the two countries in Damascus, the Tasnim news agency reported on Monday. Iranian Defence Minister Amir Hatami traveled to Damascus on Sunday for a two-day visit, meeting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and senior military officials, Tasnim reported.Tasnim did not provide any details about the military cooperation deal. U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said last week that Iran should remove its forces from Syria. Senior Iranian officials have said their military presence in Syria is at the invitation of the Assad government and they have no immediate plans to withdraw. Russia is missing and the triangle of evil are there. 

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Welcome, soon North Korea, China, Venezuela to be joined that forum. Russia is already there, Turkey half and a half...So, "nice" days and months are ahead of the world 

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Will there ever be peace in the Middle East? No!

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Hope, a rebuild of Syria will not involve Iran and Assad. 

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Is this the "response" of both regimes on the U.S. demand "Iran must withdraw from Syria"...

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23 minutes ago, damirUSBiH said:

Welcome, soon North Korea, China, Venezuela to be joined that forum. Russia is already there, Turkey half and a half...So, "nice" days and months are ahead of the world 

So, close....

Latest: Iran, Russia, Turkey summit on Syria scheduled for Sept 7 in Iran according to Turkish state TV reports 

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Too much political and trade actions are going without U.S. role... 
 

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Assad’s regime is a dictatorship not as an elected president. His family’s regime was built on blood. No difference with their friends in Iran and Russia...

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1 hour ago, Petar said:

Assad’s regime is a dictatorship not as an elected president. His family’s regime was built on blood. No difference with their friends in Iran and Russia...

^This.  Such people understand one thing, brute force.  

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Its funny when US Army occupies a large part of Syria and at the same time american citizens criticize a military agreement of two legal goverments just for self-defence. We call this hipocrisy and cynism. I dont care about your exceptionalism you just have no right to be in Syria.Western forces are illegal on this teritory and must leave Syria.

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1 hour ago, Tomasz said:

Its funny when US Army occupies a large part of Syria and at the same time american citizens criticize a military agreement of two legal goverments just for self-defence. We call this hipocrisy and cynism. I dont care about your exceptionalism you just have no right to be in Syria.Western forces are illegal on this teritory and must leave Syria.

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Legal Governments, as in duly elected via free, fair, transparent elections?  Defending the Assad regime while writing it and Iran in the same sentence with the word legal is hypocrisy.  When I think of Assad the first word that comes to mind is genocide.

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Assad has one trait in common with a-l-l the dictators that this world has e-v-e-r known.  Assad seeks to have continued absolute  dominance over his world, which is Syria.  So what separates him ideologically and in methodology from the tyrants that the human race has suffered through the years?  And the answer is a resounding... "N-o-t much!"   Jeffrey J. Hill in Miami Florida, USA

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