Majlis commission holds extraordinary meeting with IRGC commanders

Tehran, Aug 30, IRNA – Members of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission held an extraordinary meeting with a number of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corpse (IRGC) Intelligence commanders Tuesday morning.

During the meeting, the IRGC commander briefed the parliamentarians on the latest security situation in the region like presence of foreign forces and their strategies.

According to Hossein Naqavi Hosseini who is the spokesperson for the commission, the participants reviewed security issues in the region including presence of foreign forces there especially the US and the motivation and strategies behind this presence.

They also discussed the enemies strategies like the proxy wars Saudi Arabia is running in the region by creating Daesh, he said.

He went on to explain that what is going on in Syria, Iraq, and Yemen are direct and indirect proxy wars led by Saudi Arabia

He said that the discussions highlighted the point that Americans are playing a decisive role in regional wars by using six strategies and and are trying to turn the Islamic world into bloody areas with the aid of the UK and France.

He said that Americans supported al-Qaedeh and Daesh to take the wars inside the Muslim societies and formed many armed groups which lack identity and no country assumes responsibility for their actions.

The parliamentarian further said that the US, the Zionist regime and their allies in the region have turned clashes into sectarian and religious wars.

He said Russia’s engagement in war against Daesh and other Takfiri terrorist groups transformed the US and Saudi schemes and reinforced regional convergence and the four-party alliance putting the terrorists in a weak position in Syria.

About Iraq, he said situation is far better there now, with most of the country having been cleansed from terrorists.

He stressed that Iran’s strategy was to help protect the Syrian territorial integrity and confront aliens’ presence in the region.