Iran, Syria boost trade, economic cooperation

The advisor to First Vice-President of Iran Hassan Danaeifar and Syrian internal Trade and Consumer Protection Minister Atef Naddaf discussed means of boosting and developing economic and trade cooperation between Syria and Iran.

Iran Press/Middle East: During the meeting on Wednesday 5 February in Damascus, both sides talked about the situation of projects to be implemented in Syria, especially building mills, rehabilitating some of them, and expanding the exchange of food materials between the two countries.

Naddaf voiced the Syrian government’s keenness to develop economic relations and trade exchange between the ministries and institutions of the two sides in a way that contributes to facing US unilateral, coercive economic measures imposed against the two nations.

For his part, Danaeifar affirmed his country’s commitment to implement the projects which Syria needs to cover the market needs.


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