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Iran and Syria against Turkey2012-02-14 18:54
Tehran and Damascus are continuing intensive negotiations, the goal of which is to minimize the effects of the blockade imposed by Ankara against both countries. In this regard, Iran has a great experience, and the Islamic Republic seeks to share it with Syria, against which the sanctions were imposed not long ago.
Iran and Syria provide an air corridor to minimize the risk posed by air forces of Turkey, Turkish publication Milliyet reported. Information about this, according to the newspaper, is contained in the official correspondence of Syrian President Bashar Assad. His e-mail was hacked by a hacker group Anonymous. Cyber-activists have spread out this information in the vast World Wide Web.
Damascus is experiencing serious difficulties in connection with an air blockade imposed by Turkey. In this regard, the leadership of Iran has offered military aid to Syria. It will provide a direct air corridor, which will minimize the threat posed by Turkey.
Syria does not know how to exist in conditions of economic sanctions, which were imposed against it by Western countries not so long ago. At the same time, Iran has long lived in a tight blockade, and is ready to share actual experiences with Bashar Assad.
The documents from the presidential office published by Anonymous hackers have caused a stir in Israel. They have been published in the newspaper Haaretz and now are in the limelight.
Even in late last year, Tehran and Damascus signed a document stating the need to act together against the embargo imposed by Turkey.
Against the backdrop of recent events the dialogue between the two countries is becoming more active, and the issue of creating an air corridor - is not the only one on the agenda. Iran has offered Syria to create air and land corridors to transport the goods between the two countries, which will help to give up routes that pass through Turkish territory. The land corridor would pass through Iraq.