Report: Iran says it shares weapons with Syria

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March 11, 2007 04:47

 
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Iranian Defense Minister Gen. Mostafa Muhammad Najjar said Saturday night that the weapons Iran currently possesses also belong to Syria, Israel Radio reported. Speaking after a meeting in Damascus with his Syrian counterpart, Hasan Turkmani, Najjar said that his country and Syria were discussing exchanging technology for the purpose of weapons production, as well as joint military exercises and other defense issues.

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