Senemaud says Iran, as a big country and a major regional power, could play a big role in restoring stability to Syria and pushing forward the process for political settlement of the conflict.
He made the remarks in a Saturday meeting in Tehran with Hossein Jaberi Ansari, a senior assistant to Iranian Foreign Minister.
Jaberi Ansari, for his part, congratulated Senemaud on his appointment as the special envoy of French president on Syria.
Pointing to the capacities available for improving relations between Iran and France in bilateral and multi-lateral sectors, Jaberi Ansari stressed Tehran’s readiness for boosting the two countries’ consultations and cooperation to help settle regional conflicts, particularly the Syria crisis.
The Iranian official said that since the beginning of the Syria conflict, Tehran has believed that the crisis has no military solution.
“Now that the fight against terrorism in Syria has resulted in great achievements and the ground has become prepared for restoring the sovereignty of the Syrian government over major parts of the country, the three issues of facilitating the return of refugees, getting the Syrian Constitutional Committee to start its work, and activating the committee on the exchange of detainees and the missing people are the major political and humanitarian priorities at the current stage,” he added.