Iranian government makes an offer to Turkey
ISLAMABAD - Iran has offered today to engage Syrian Kurds, Syria’s government and Turkey in talks to establish security along the Turkish-Syrian border.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in tweet today said Iran can help bring together the Syrian Kurds, the Syrian Govt and Turkey so that the Syrian Army together with Turkey can guard the border.
He said that the Adana Agreement between Turkey and Syria is still valid and can be the better path to achiev security.
Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu had said implementing the Adana pact would require the Syrian government to be in control of northeastern Syria - which it is not.