There were reports in early August that Iran's most important intelligence chief Qassem Soliemani visited Moscow.
He's not one to go for preliminary meetings. Moscow and Tehran, just like Washington, were concerned that President Bashar al-Assad's regime might fall, which all sides thought would be a disaster. Despite Washington's public stance that "Assad must go," U.S. officials don't want to see him run out ...
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