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TEHRAN, February 15. /TASS/. Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s military intervention in Syria will only exacerbate the crisis in the war-torn country, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
"Iran believes the crisis has become complicated and multi-layered due to regional and international meddling," Fars news agency quoted Iranian Foreign Ministry’s official spokesman Hossein Jaber Ansari as saying. "Any new measure without coordination with the Syrian government and against the country's sovereignty will only complicate the matter and increase terrorist attacks," he added.
The spokesman noted that "aggressive policies of certain parties in Syria have led to nowhere and walking on the same path again will not yield any results either." "We hope all countries will consider these facts before taking any military action," he concluded.