Damascus - Sana
The Chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, Minister of Roads and City Building of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Muhammad Eslami, stressed that the most important thing that must be implemented as a higher economic committee between Iran and Syria is to work on activating the activities of the private sector between the two countries smoothly and broadly because it is an important and reliable sector in the various fields of construction, transportation and the financial sector. To achieve development and prosperity in these sectors.
In a statement to reporters after his arrival this evening at Damascus International Airport on a visit to Syria, an Islamist said that the mutual visits help to consolidate and strengthen economic relations between the two countries and activate joint business, noting that the visit's agenda will include a review of previous programs and plans between the two countries and work to accelerate what has been implemented. Joint agreements for economic cooperation.
In a similar statement, the Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade, Dr. Muhammad Samer Al-Khalil, who was in an Islamic reception, explained that the visit of the Iranian delegation will include meetings and meetings aimed at activating the terms of the agreement signed between the two sides in 2019 and working to put them into practice as soon as possible, in addition to meetings with the private business sector to discuss a group of issues and motivating this sector to play an active role at the commercial, investment, banking, public works and housing levels.
The head of the Syrian-Iranian Joint Economic Committee will start a visit to Syria at the head of a delegation that includes the assistants of the Islamic Minister for Housing and Building Affairs, the Director of the Ports and Navigation Organization, the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Director General of the Middle East and North Africa at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and experts on Syrian affairs for the International Affairs Office at the Ministry of Roads The Economic Development Committee between Iran, Iraq and Syria and the Executive Secretary of the Iranian-Syrian Joint Chamber of Commerce will hold talks with a number of officials and stakeholders to strengthen relations between the two countries in the construction, investment and trade sectors.
Last month, during his visit to Syria, Minister Islami discussed with the Syrian economic delegation prospects for enhancing bilateral cooperation between the two countries and ways to advance it, given the serious and fruitful cooperation required by the current stage.
The Iranian delegation was attended by the Iranian ambassador in Damascus, Dr. Mahdi Sobhani.