Looking Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the situation in Syria on Thursday in the Pakistani capital Islamabad during a summit of the Group of Eight Islamic Developing.
The Iranian foreign minister, Ali Akbar Salehi, who traveled to Pakistan to the preparatory meeting for the summit, the Mursi, Ahmadinejad and Erdogan will discuss the situation in Syria, where it is Tehran's main ally Damascus regime, while supporting Turkey and Egypt opposition, according to today's news agency IRNA (IRNA).
Salehi pointed out that his country was making "every effort" to resolve the Syrian conflict peacefully.
It is scheduled to meet foreign ministers of Egypt, Turkey and Iran also to discuss the evolution of the situation in Syria, is also expected to brief Salehi results counterparts "Syrian national dialogue" which was organized by Iran in Tehran.
On the other hand, Salehi pointed out that the leaders of the Government of the Group of Eight Islamic Developing will sign in Islamabad on a new agreement to expand economic relations.
And consists of the Group of Eight Islamic Developing from Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Turkey was founded in 1997 in Istanbul, where the headquarters of its Secretariat.
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