Iran, Egypt and Venezuela to resolve Crisis in Syria

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Chairman of Iran's Shura Council Alaeddin Boroujerdi
addressing media 
Tehran: Chairman of Iran's Shura Council's National Security and Foreign Policy -Committee, Alaeddin Boroujerdi announced that a proposal was presented to form a committee which includes Iran, Egypt and Venezuela to resolve the crisis in Syria,adding that the three countries are members in the Non-Aligned Movement, Syrian news agency SANA reported.

"Syria's issue is internal.. though some
organizations like the OIC have suspended Syria membership, but any change in the reality didn't happen," Boroujerdi said in a statement on Monday.

On the role of NAM conference to resolve the crisis in Syria, Boroujerdi added "there are proposals to make use of the possibilities of the member states to resolve the crisis."

He underlined that the situations in Syria are stable in contrary to what is being broadcast by a number of western media, saying that the Syrian government has control on all aggravated regions like Aleppo.

As for the Iranian abducted citizens in Syria, Boroujerdi denied rumors about their killing, considering such rumors as a psychological war by some western media to pass "special goals."
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