Iranian Envoy to Beirut Qazanfar Roknabadi once again reiterated that Iran's six-point plan would surely help resolve the Syrian crisis, IRNA reported.
Roknabadi made the remarks in a meeting with a famous Lebanese cleric Allamah Seyed Ali Fazlallah, the son of the late Lebanese Shiite cleric Allamah Seyed Mohammad Hossein Fazlallah in Beirut on Friday.
Iran's proposed plan calls for an immediate end to violence and a start of the national dialogue.
The third step is to create a reconciliation government and provide humanitarian aid to the people of Syria. The next step is releasing prisoners, who have not committed a crime against Syrians. And the final point is to allow media's full access to Syria.
Tehran has recently doubled its efforts to settle the problems in Syria which has been experiencing unrests since March 2011 with attacks against Syrian security forces and border guards.
The Lebanese Shiite cleric, for his part, said that Iran is playing an important role in the key regional issues.