Iran called on Turkey to deal with frequent ceasefire breach by Syrian armed groups instead of laying the blame on others.
"The destructive comments of Turkish officials only make the situations more complicated and make more problems in political solution to Syrian crisis,” said Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran, as a partner in the trilateral process of Moscow, stresses serious implementation of agreements. It expects Turkish officials as the other side of the agreement not to take any opposition which runs counter to existing realities and its commitments.”
He said that the ceasefire in Syria has been repeatedly violated by opposition armed groups and more than 45 times a day based on available information.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran will continue its efforts to stabilize ceasefire and facilitate a political solution to Syrian crisis.”
His remarks came after Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called on Iran to press Syrian government and groups to abide by ceasefire, claiming that opposition is abiding by the ceasefire.