Damascus, SANA- President Bashar al-Assad and the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi discussed in a phone call bilateral relations between the two countries and developments in the region, especially in the light of the prevailing positive political atmosphere.
Presidents al-Assad and Raisi stressed that the stability of the region is based on sound relations between its countries through permanent dialogue, respect for sovereignty and the promotion of common interests.
The two presidents also underlined the continuation of coordination and consultation for the benefit of the two countries and the region in general.
The phone call also dealt with the assaults of the Israeli occupation forces on al-Aqsa Mosque and the worshippers in it, with the two presidents considering that these assaults reflect the aggressive policy of the Israeli entity and they are inseparable from the ones against Syria targeting the civilians.
The two presidents added that these assaults confirm the weakness and failure of this entity in front of the strength of the resistance and the courage of the Palestinian people.
The Iranian president stressed the need to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria, considering that combating terrorism stems from supporting national sovereignty in Syria.
The two presidents indicated that the unipolar system is on its way to disappearing, thanks to the vigilance of the peoples and countries that adhere to their sovereignty and dignity.
Fedaa al-Rhayiah/Shaza Qreima