Syrian-Iraqi Talks to Enhance Cooperation in Oil and Energy Sectors

Syria and Iraq have pledged to enhance cooperation in the energy sector, writes SANA.

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Bassam Tohmeh has discussed means of boosting  joint cooperation between Syria and Iraq in the fields of oil, energy, training and the exchange of experiences with Iraqi Minister of Oil Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail.

The two sides, during a session of talks in Baghdad, stressed the deeply-rooted and historic relations between Syria and Iraq and the need for promoting and developing them in all domains.

They also tackled  a set of ideas and visions that would develop oil cooperation, exchange experiences and develop brotherly relations in all fields for the benefit of the two brotherly peoples.

In a statement to SANA correspondent in Baghdad, Minister Tohmeh said  that the first session of talks witnessed a discussion about a  number of ideas, visions and projects that serve the progress  of the oil industry in the two countries,  indicating the strategic importance of Syria’s position  in the  field of oil trade.

In turn, the Iraqi minister expressed, in a similar statement, Iraq’s keenness to strengthen its relations with neighboring countries and the Arab region in all fields, especially the oil, gas and energy sectors, in a way that serves common interests.


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