Iran-Syria cooperation shows victory of resistance movement: President Raisi

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi lauded the resistance shown by the Syrian government and nation against the 12-year aggression against them, and described his recent visit to Syria as the great victory of the resistance movement.

Ayatollah Raisi made the remarks in a meeting with three Syrian ministers visiting Iran to follow up the implementation of joint agreements reached between the two countries.

He referred to the agreements reached during his May trip to Damascus, and emphasized the full implementation of the agreements made during this trip, especially in the economic and commercial sectors.

President Raisi hailed the historical resistance of the Syrian government and people against seditions and 12-year all-out aggression against the Arab country.

The Iranian president described the important message of the meeting between the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Syria in Damascus as a great victory for the movement and approach of resistance, and said, "I hope in addition to the full implementation of the agreements, in the near future we will see the further development of relations between the two countries."

After the meeting, Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad called the simultaneous visit of 3 Syrian ministers to the Islamic Republic of Iran an initiative of President Bashar al-Assad to show the depth of strategic relations between the two countries.

While presenting a detailed report on the latest developments in this country, the Syrian foreign minister also considered the path of the united resistance by Iran and Syria as a shining manifestation of the commonality of the two countries and stated that the axis of resistance led by the Islamic Republic of Iran showed that it can thwart any conspiracy against the region.

In this meeting, the ministers of economy and foreign trade and communications and technology of Syria also presented a report on the latest measures taken in the implementation of agreements in various fields.

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