An Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) senior commander has been killed in clashes in Syria, Tasnim news agency reported on Sunday.
Brigadier General Abdullah Khosrawi, commander of IRGC-affiliated Fatahin battalion, was killed during clashes in Syria on Saturday, without giving any details on where the clashes took place and with whom.
Khosravi, who took part in the eight-year Iran-Iraq war, will be buried in his hometown of Arak, western Iran, the agency said.
The number of Iranian soldiers killed in Syria's six-year civil war amounts to 2.200.
The Mullah's regime in Iran backs Syrian Dictator Bashar Assad through deploying dozens of terrorist militias.