Syrian President mulls economic cooperation with Iran Foreign Minister

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad talked about economic cooperation with visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian in the capital Damascus, according to the reports. Discussions between the two sides also focused on the latest regional and international developments.

Both sides discussed the economic and trade cooperation and ways to cope with the sanctions imposed by the Western countries, mainly from the United states, the report added.

 Abdollahian Assad stressed that the continuous cooperation between Syria and Iran has given positive results in protecting the interests of the two countries and peoples, particularly in combating terrorism. He also briefed on the outcomes of the Cooperation and Partnership Conference, with the two sides affirming that the region's future should be made by the will of its people, according to SANA.

Meanwhile, Abdollahian pointed out that Iran and Syria have achieved great victories in the war against terrorism, reiterating his country's continuous support for Syria and its people to confront terrorism in all its forms.

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