Iran has no hostile intentions towards other states: Iranian navy chief

09:11, March 01, 2011      

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Iran's Navy chief Habibollah Sayari attends a press conference in Damascus, Syria, Feb. 28, 2011. Iran's Navy chief Habibollah Sayyari said here on Monday that his country has no hostile intentions towards other states. (Xinhua/Bassem)

Iran's Navy chief Habibollah Sayyari said here on Monday that his country has no hostile intentions towards other states.

He asserted at a press conference held in the Iranian Embassy in Damascus that the visit of the Iranian ships to the region came under the normal cooperation between Tehran and the Syrian government.

"Iran's naval ships have a peace and friendship message, and aim at enhancing naval training cooperation between the two countries," he said.

Referring to some countries' concern over the Iranian ships, the admiral said "these concerns are not justified as the voyage poses no threats to the region."
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