Syria and India have deep-rooted bilateral relations dating back to Syria's independence in 1946, when a full understanding was announced about supporting the two countries' issues in international forums and strengthening relations in all political, economic and cultural fields.
The ambassador pointed out that his country adopted a strong and decisive stance on the war against Syria, which was expressed in various international forums and forums from the beginning, as it stressed that the solution must be under a comprehensive political process led by the Syrian state and on the basis of respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria and its right to fight terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
With regard to India’s contribution in the reconstruction phase in Syria between the ambassador, his country continues to contribute at this stage by activating memoranda of cooperation between the two countries, stressing that businessmen and owners of Indian economic activities have a real desire to find opportunities for investment cooperation in Syria and there is coordination with the Planning and International Cooperation Authority to implement a number Projects in tourism, transportation, technology and other fields.
The ambassador indicated that his country is adopting economic reforms, financial policies and steps to facilitate work while creating an appropriate environment for foreign investment, which has provided broad capabilities in various fields that enable it to participate effectively in the reconstruction and reconstruction of Syria, pointing to the return and completion of the project of the Indian "Bharat" company to supply the Tishreen power plant Despite all the difficulties due to the economic blockade imposed on Syria.
And memorizing Rahman, that his country has provided training grants to employees in various ministries and their number ranges between 70 and 100 training courses in addition to scholarships that have been provided since 2018 to more than a thousand Syrian students in various fields, referring to the cooperation agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expatriates to provide a special course for diplomats that benefited from it 60 diplomats so far, as a third batch will be sent in February and March.
The Indian ambassador referred to India's Humanitarian Initiative that was recently implemented in Syria to celebrate the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi and included the installation of prostheses for more than 500 war casualties in Syria, indicating that 493 prostheses had been installed to date.
At the end of his speech, the ambassador expressed his appreciation and thanks to Syria's stances in support of India in international forums, which reflect the strength and strength of the relationship between the two countries, wishing prosperity, prosperity and peace for Syria.
And the republican day will return to the entry into force of the Indian constitution in 1950 after it was adopted and studied and examined by the Indian Constitutional Assembly after the country's independence in 1947 and guarantees social and economic justice and freedom of thought, expression and belief for all citizens and promotes brotherhood and protects the dignity and unity of the individual.