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GENEVA, January 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Iran and Russia remain friends for Syria, presidential aide Hussein Shaaban said on Monday.
“I urge everyone to think about the future of Syria,” the presidential aide said.
“We face a serious problem of terrorism. Terrorist organisations, which have links with Al Qaeda, took over our country. They only change the names as soon as they fall into the lists of terrorist organisations,” she said, adding “We want to achieve the settlement and we’ll do our best in Geneva to achieve progress.