Iran demands states to abstain from intervention in Syria
Iran warned Jeffrey Feltman, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, that interference in the situation in Syria would cause repercussions for the whole region, Trend cites Abbas Aragchi, spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Ministry.
Feltman met Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran yesterday and discussed regional issues. Iran hopes that the second round of the Geneva Conference would allow the international society and Syrians to work on solutions of the crisis together.
The US State Department said today that the talks set for August 28 in Hague were postponed to allow investigators to study chemical attacks in Syria. US Secretary of State John Kerry said yesterday that the US will present new evidence about the use of chemical weapons in Syria.