Assad: Coordination Between Iran and Syria Against Terrorism Successful

President Assad of Syria praised the positive results yielded by coordination with Iran in the fight against terrorism, according to SANA.
President Assad: Coordination With Iran Against Terrorism Gave Positive Results

President Bashar al-Assad received Wednesday Mohammad Baqer Ghlibaf, the Speaker of the Islamic Shura Council, and the accompanying delegation. Talks during the meeting dealt with the close bilateral relations between the two countries and the standing constructive cooperation between them at various levels. The positive results in the fight against terrorism, yielded by the close coordination between Syria and Iran.

The two sides stressed the essential role played by the parliamentary institutions in Syria and Iran to open new horizons for bilateral cooperation, particularly in the economic field, not only in the government sector but also activating cooperation between the private sector in both countries in a way that helps the two friendly peoples confront the economic war and the policy of blockade and sanctions imposed on them.

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President Assad affirmed that Iran is a key partner for Syria and has stood by the Syrian people in the face of the terrorist war and provided them with support in all fields, pointing out that the coordination between the two countries in combating terrorism has given positive results on the ground and will continue until the liberation of all lands and the defeat of terrorist organizations.

In turn, Ghlibaf considered that the recent election in Syria and Iran and the determination of the Syrian and Iranian peoples in fulfilling these entitlements prove the failure of the pressure policies that are being exerted against them, and stresses that no one can stand against the people’s will.

 

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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