Iranian hackers leak documents revealing Tehran’s plans to exploit Syria’s economic resources

An Iranian opposition hacker group calling itself (Tbandighan) leaked photos and documents that reveal Iranian plans to exploit economic resources in Syria and Iraq, by infiltrating the economic infrastructure of these two countries.

A few days ago, the Iranian opposition website Zamaneh published several documents, the first of which was dated August 8, 2018, explaining the possibility of Iranian economic and commercial exploitation of Syrian natural resources and infrastructure.

The document reveals contracts for extracting phosphates signed between Iran and Syria “in return for the return of debts”.

According to it, “Based on the initial agreements, the Tartus Container Port should have been granted to Iran in full, which changed with Russia’s intervention in Syria, becoming 20% ​​of it in the hands of Iran”.

Iran and (40% in the hands of Russia, and the other 40% remained in favor of the Syrian government”.

The document revealed the content of the meeting that brought together senior Iranian leaders, led by Qassem Soleimani, and included contracts for the third mobile phone operator in Syria, oil fields and agricultural lands, as well as livestock for Iran, all as scheduled or ready for delivery topics.

The next part of the meeting referred in the document to criticizing and declaring the reasons for Iran’s failure in the economic exploitation of Syria’s resources.

The head of the Khatam al Anbiya Foundation, Abdullahi, calls for handing over Syria’s projects to this institution, and to exploiting the efforts of “retired oil workers,” according to the source.

The document says that the session chairman told the leaders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards present at the meeting, who represent the economic power of the Khatam al Anbiya Foundation, “We’ll hand over the works of the phosphate and oil mines, the ports of Tartus and Latakia, and the establishment of the Hamidiyah port, and the third operator of communications and agricultural land from zero to 100 km”.

The document concludes, quoting the session chairperson: “You can even rebuild the railway line to al Qaim and al Bukamal, but you must first sign an international legal agreement with the Syrian government”.

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