Tehran, SANA-Prime Minister Hussein Arnous met with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and discussed bilateral relations and issues of common interest.
Arnous pointed to what was accomplished during the meetings of the Syrian-Iranian Joint Higher Committee, including the signing of important agreements and memorandums of understanding in the context of developing and boosting bilateral cooperation in various fields, especially on the economic level.
The Prime Minister pointed out the Israeli attacks on Syrian lands and the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, and said, “The silence of the international community regarding the crimes of the occupying entity has encouraged “Israel” to continue its brutal aggression and the killing of women and children in the Gaza Strip, and this is an indication of its inability to achieve its aggressive goals.”.
Arnous renewed Syria’s support for Iran’s legitimate right to obtain peaceful nuclear energy and the lifting of the unilateral coercive sanctions that are also imposed on Syria.
For his part, the Iranian Foreign Minister stressed the importance of the agreements that were signed between the Iranian and Syrian sides, stressing the importance of implementing them according to specific time periods in a way that achieves the interests of the two countries and contributes to improving the economic situation in them.
Abdollahian condemned the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people and the support provided by the US to the occupying entity, noting that the resistance confronts the aggression based on its adherence to its land and the rights of its people.