The Syrian President said that the relationship between Damascus and Tehran has been based on principles, morals, and respect for the will of the people to determine their fate and build their future away from any external interference.

Iran Press/Middle East: The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad made the remarks in a meeting with a visiting Iranian parliamentary delegation, headed by Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh, the Chairman of the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission in Damascus on Monday.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed the decades-long strategic relations between Syria and Iran, and they affirmed their determination to continue and develop mutual relations in order to achieve the interests of the two countries’ people in various fields, especially political and economic ones, Iran Press reported.


Bashar al-Assad - Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh 

The Syrian president stressed the need to make this relationship the basis for creating a bigger network of relations, especially with countries that agree with Syria and Iran on this approach, according to the Syrian SANA news agency.

For his part, Falahatpisheh affirmed that the deep-rooted cultural heritage of the Syrian and the Iranian peoples forms firm grounds on which they stand, as opposed to the countries that are standing today on shaky grounds because they have adopted immoral policies that contradict international law, whether by using terrorism as an instrument to achieve their interests, or imposing sanctions on countries which disagree with them.105/205

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