Iran: Syria, Iraq conflicts won't be solved by military alone

By REUTERS
June 14, 2016 12:12

 
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OSLO - The ongoing conflicts in Syria and Iraq can't be resolved through military means alone, Iran's foreign minister told a news conference in Norway on Tuesday.

"I think we need to agree that there is no military solutions in any of these cases (Iraq or Syria) although there might be a military component. Even for defeating extremists you need more than a military strategy," Mohammad Javad Zarif said.

Zarif is attending a conflict-resolution seminar in Norway.

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