Talks Between Syria and Iran to Enhance Cultural Cooperation

The Ambassador of Syria to Iran and the Rector of the University of Islamic Denominations of Iran talked about how to enhance cultural and educational cooperation between the two countries, SANA reports.
Iran Syria Cooperation Enhance Cultural Academic University

The Ambassador of Syria to Iran, Shafiq Dayoub, discussed on Sunday with the Rector of the University of Islamic Denominations of Iran Seyed Mohammad Hosseini, the means to enhance scientific, cultural and academic cooperation between the two countries, as well as the admission of Syrian students.

During the meeting held at the headquarters of the Embassy of Syria to Iran, Dayoub stressed the importance of scientific cooperation between the two countries as a priority to enhance the level of cooperation between the two countries.

“ In recent years, we have been partners in the war against terrorism and we hope to be partners in reconstructing what has been destroyed by terrorism in Syria, particularly educational infrastructures,” he added.

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He underlined that work is still going strong to enhance cooperation in the scientific and the technological fields where the draft of an agreement has been prepared in this regard to be signed shortly, stressing the strong links between the two countries.

For his part, Hosseini said that the relations between Iran and Syria will witness further development and cooperation during the new stage in scientific, cultural, and economic domains.

Hosseini affirmed that the wide popular participation in the presidential elections indicates the defeat of the enemies of Syria and the triumph of the resistance.

Hosseini expressed the University’s readiness to admit Syrian students at all academic levels.

 

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