This is how it is reported here in Greece:
And this is the rough google translation:
Change of regimes in Iran and Syria asks Tony Blair
"The war on terror will soon be over," he said in an interview in The Times
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair called for change of regimes in Iran and Syria, accusing Tehran to extend the conflict in Iraq since the
invasion in 2003. He warned, even the war of the West against terrorism will soon be over.
Speaking for the 10 years since the attacks of September 11, The Times, the former British prime minister warned that the Middle East will be
destabilized to a great extent if Iran acquired nuclear weapons.
O Blair admitted that the former American president, George Bush and he downplayed the difficulties of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan but blamed on
Iran, which as noted is doing everything to prolong the conflict "by providing support to organizations involved with terrorism. "
He accused President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to support extremist organizations, considering that "one of the main problems in Iraq was the constant
intervention in Iran and the same happened in Afghanistan."
A regime change in Tehran "is sure made me more optimistic," said Blair.
The acquisition of nuclear weapons by Iran "to destabilize greatly the region," added Blair, who is special envoy of the Quartet on the Middle
In an interview with Britain's former prime minister regretted the fact that military operations persist in these two countries, adding that the risk
of terrorist attacks remains. "We still have a long way to go until the finish."
Referring to the bloody suppression of demonstrations in Syria, Tony Blair urged the international community to exert pressure on President Bashar
al-Assad to abandon power.
"We will lead a program of reforms in Syria. Showed that it is able to do so. The location is very difficult. There is no process of change that
would leave intact", he said.
It's not his business anyway, if you want my opinion..