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Syria and Iraq Discuss Efforts to Reopen Border Crossing

Jun 14th, 2018 by SANA (official news agency)

The Syrian Foreign Minister hopes that the re-opening of the border crossing will pave the way for bilateral agreements writes SANA

Syria and Iraq Discuss Efforts to Reopen Border Crossing

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Muallem on Wednesday sent a letter to his Iraqi counterpart Ibrahim al-Jaafari about increasing efforts for the reopening of the border crossing between Syria and Iraq that connects the Syrian city of al-Boukamal and the Iraqi city of al-Qa’im.

The Iraqi Foreign Ministry’s website said that the letter was delivered during a meeting with Syria’s Ambassador in Baghdad Sattam Jadaan al-Dandah.

At the meeting, al-Jaafari reiterated the necessity for coordinating stances and enhancing cooperation between the two countries and solving Arab problems through political solutions and non-interference in states’ affairs.

For his part, al-Dandah hailed Iraq’s position in supporting a peaceful solution for the crisis in Syria, expressing the Syrian government’s desire to enhance bilateral cooperation so that stability could be realized.

 

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