Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his appointees will go to chats on the war in Syria held in Vienna, the semi-official ISNA news office reported.
“We have explored the welcome, and it was chosen that the outside clergyman would go to the discussions,” remote service representative Marzieh Afkham said on Wednesday.
Javad Zarif and three to attend Syria talks in Vienna
The meeting is set for Friday in the Austrian capital.
On Tuesday, the US state division said that Tehran, a key partner of Damascus, would be welcome to take an interest in the discussions.
In a meeting with Al Jazeera, Iranian columnist Ghanbar Naderi said the expanding number of passings of Iranian warriors in Syria may have incited Tehran to join the transactions.
“The officers in Syria are not typical individuals, they are the top administrators from the IRGC and [Iranian] first class strengths,” he said.
“Losing these key individuals in Syria, it is most likely under weight. I think if Iran is tolerating the dialog, to now sit by the universal group, to discover an exit from the Syrian emergency by dialog and legislative issues, I believe this is on the grounds that it wouldn’t like to lose any more commandants.”
Tehran formally denies it has battle troops in Syria. In any case, there have been reports that 18 high-positioning officers have been murdered in Syria in the most recent three years.
Iran has additionally burned through billions of dollars in the previous four years to keep Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in force, with many its troops on the ground.
Over the fringe, Iran keeps up solid connections with Shia equipped gatherings in Iraq, known as the Popular Mobilization Units.
Furthermore, Iran’s association with Russia is becoming more grounded, with the two countries setting up a joint insight focus in Baghdad, to work with Syrian and Iraqi strengths.
Renad Mansour, a meeting researcher at the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, said dialog with Iran is key to end the war in Syria.
“Iran has now finished the atomic issue, which was the top need and now they’re proceeding onward. What’s more, Iran isn’t content with the circumstance in Syria. It needs to move far from being an outcast.”