Syrian elections to be held to end civil War, Khamenei

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Tehran: Iran’s Supreme leader said decisions ought to be held in Syria to end the civil war there and censured outside forces that arm and reserve Syrian warriors, state TV reported. As per details, In a yearly address to the Islamic Republic's top representatives, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that US destination in the Middle East is the inverse of Iran's and that arrangement with Washington on local issues was insane. "The answer for the Syrian inquiry is election, and for this it is important to stop military and money related guide to the opposition warriors,"  few state media outlets cited Khamenei as saying. Iran has sponsored President Bashar al-Assad throughout Syria's crisis and sent troops to help his Armed force. Other regional forces, including Iran's opponent Saudi Arabia, bolster outfitted radical groups. The war, in its fifth year, has killed around 250,000 individuals and dislodged millions more. The Vienna talks were held amongst 17 nations including the United States, which has called for Assad to leave power as a component of a political move process. But he has refused to do so.