Syria’s Assad Receives Iraq’s Security Adviser – Assert Bilateral Ties Development
By Staff, SANA
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday received Iraqi National Security Adviser Faleh al-Fayyad.
Talks during the meeting dealt with the bilateral relations between the two countries, affirming necessity of developing them in different domains to serve the interests of the two brotherly peoples.
Al-Assad asserted that enhancing relations between the two countries serves the interest of the two brotherly peoples to complete the elimination of terrorism’s hotbeds on one hand and in a way that would serve their common interests and break fabricated hurdles imposed between them on the other hand.
The Syrian President affirmed that what the regional and international arenas are witnessing entails from Syria and Iraq to go forwards in everything that could preserve their sovereignty and the independence of their decision in the face of the division schemes and the chaos plotted by the enemies abroad.
He stressed that the fate of the region is only determined by its peoples no matter how great the challenges.
For his part, Adviser al-Fayyad affirmed that Syria’s strength and its victory over terrorism is a victory for Iraq also and vice versa, any military achievement by the Iraqi side comes in the interest of Syria’s stability.
Al-Assad received a letter late last year from Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi, conveyed by al-Fayyad, on the development of relations between the two countries and coordination between them, particularly in the fight against terrorism.