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Iranian Industry Minister discusses with Syrian Ambassador establishing joint industrial projects
2017-05-10 12:19:17

 Iranian Minister of Industry Mohammad-Reza Nematzadeh on Wednesday met Syria’s Ambassador in Tehran Adnan Mahmoud, discussing with him means for implementing MoUs signed by the two countries on establishing joint industrial projects in the fields of cement, tractors, buses and trucks assembly, cables production lines, pharmaceuticals, and dairy products.

They also discussed Iran’s participation in rehabilitating the production sector and procuring raw materials and requirements of production, with Nematzadeh asserting the importance of joint action to rehabilitate industrial facilities damaged by the terrorist war on Syria and to hold vital industrial projects that provide the Syrians’ needs.

The Minister said that the positive developments and the achievements made by the Syrian government on the security and political levels pave the way towards rehabilitating the industrial sector and opening new factories with the participation of the private and public sectors in the two countries, affirming that the Iranian government is ready to place its industrial capabilities at the disposal of the Syrian government people.

For his part, Ambassador Mahmoud said that rehabilitating the industrial and production sector is a priority for the Syrian government, stressing the need for pushing industrial and economic cooperation between the two countries to match the level of the strategic relations between them.


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