Syria, Iran Sign Strategic Cooperation Agreements
Syria and Iran signed on Monday 11 agreements, memos of understanding and executive programs to enhance inter-cooperation in the economic, cultural, scientific, infrastructure, service, investment and housing domains at the conclusion of the meetings of the 14th session of the Syrian-Iranian Higher Committee held in Damascus.
The most prominent signed papers was an agreement on long-term strategic economic cooperation and a memo of understanding for the meetings of the higher joint committee signed by Syrian Prime Minister Imad Khamis and Iranian First vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri.
Another memo of understanding was signed between Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade at the Syrian Arab Republic and the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade at the Iranian Republic.
During the meetings, a memo of understanding was signed between the General Establishment of Syrian Railways and the Iranian railways, in addition to signing a memo of understanding in the domain of public works and construction.
Earlier on Monday evening, the Committee held a meeting at the Cabinet headquarters.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed prospects of cooperation between the two countries on the economic and investment levels and the outcomes of the meetings of the technical committees from both sides during their meetings in Damascus over the past two days.
Source: SANA, Edited by website team