BEIRUT - Iran told Israel on Monday it would regret its alleged air strike against Syria last week, without spelling out whether Iran or its ally planned any military response.
"They will regret this recent aggression," Saeed Jalili, Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, told a news conference in Damascus a day after holding talks there with President Bashar Assad.
Jalili said Iran, in its current role as head of the Non-Aligned Movement, would work on Syria's behalf on the international stage in response to the attack.
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