'Besides these principles, a number of minor objectives discussed in political and military analyses have been under consideration,' Rear Admiral Hamid Abazari told IRNA.
Pne of the objectives stressed by lots of domestic, regional, and other countries, he said, has been pushing back and encountering possible threats of Daesh terrorists in Syria.
'Such analyses argue that Iran has embarked on dispatching military and training forces overseas in order to control the situation in Syria and Iraq,' he added.
'The quantity for dispatching of consultant forces to Syria depends on the Middle East conditions,' he said adding that Iran's main strategy has been defending the holy shrines in Iraq and Syria.
The strategy of the Islamic Revolution is to defend the oppressed peoples around the world, he reiterated.
'Iran is the securest country in the Middle East and no issue can be settled without Iran's involvement and playing a role.'
He also said that future belong to the Syrian people and provided that there was no interference by Islam's enemies in the Persian Gulf basin including the Saudi regime, Syria would have been out of the current critical situation.