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Syrian-Iranian talks to activate trade and economic cooperation

2021-11-30T16:36:18.358Z

Damascus, SANA- Syrian-Iranian discussions today in the Damascus Chamber of Commerce focused on ways to enhance economic cooperation and trade



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Today's Syrian-Iranian discussions at the Damascus Chamber of Commerce focused on ways to enhance economic and trade cooperation between the two countries and to benefit from joint experiences to overcome the siege imposed on them.

The Minister of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection, Dr. Amr Salem, stressed the necessity of strengthening the two countries' economic and trade relations and establishing successful partnerships and investments.

In turn, the Iranian Minister of Trade, Industry and Mines, Dr. Seyed Reza Fatemi Amin, demonstrated his country's desire to develop economic relations with Syria and to provide solutions and proposals that would help it overcome the difficulties imposed by the repercussions of the economic embargo, as Iran witnessed similar circumstances.

For his part, the head of the Damascus Chamber of Commerce, Muhammad Abu Al-Huda Al-Lahham, affirmed that today's meeting establishes important mechanisms and consensus to raise the volume of trade exchange, considering that the main engine for strengthening economic relations lies through commodity exchange, introducing the two countries' products and establishing mutual exhibitions.

The head of the Federation of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, Gholamhossein Shafei, indicated that there is a serious will of the two governments and other businessmen and economists in the two countries to develop relations.

A number of members of the Damascus Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors called for supporting the previously agreed steps and for there to be committees to follow up on what has been accomplished and provide the required facilities, whether by means of payment or transfer, and to give guarantees to investors from both countries.

The meeting discussed the issue of investment in the agricultural sector, increasing communication methods and revitalizing tourism, which positively reflects on reciprocal economic operations, in addition to revitalizing air cargo operations and the participation of Iranian companies in rehabilitating factories and facilities destroyed by terrorism in Syria.

Malik Abdo

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Source: sena

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