Iranian MP says Libyan rebels reject Iran's proposal

Politics Materials 1 September 2011 17:44

Azerbaijan , Baku, Sept. 1 /Trend/

Libyan rebels has rejected Iran's cooperation proposal, Khabaronline reported quoting a member of Iranian Parliament's foreign policy and national security commission Ahmad Valaee as saying.

Criticizing Iranian Foreign Ministry's position on protests in Syria and Libya, Valaee said that Iran had to take a natural position on demonstrations in Syria, because the protesters are the religious people.

"We had not to support Bashar Assad's regime unanimously, despite Syrian government's resistance against Israel," he said.

Valaee underlined that there was not any democracy and transparent election either in Syria or Libya.