Today, Monday, Tehran announced that it is planning an upcoming visit of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi to Syria and Turkey.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said about the upcoming visit of the Iranian President to a number of countries in the region: “In connection with receiving invitations in this regard, the government is studying the visit of President Raisi to Syria and Turkey. in future.”
He stated that “talks are underway between senior Iranian and Syrian officials, describing relations between Tehran and Damascus as excellent.”
On Iran’s support for the Syrian government and people and Iran’s role in the reconstruction of Syria, Kanaani said, “Iran is emphasizing the preservation of the territorial integrity of Syria, and this was confirmed by the foreign ministers of the two countries in a telephone conversation.”
In the relevant context, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahyan discussed by phone yesterday Sunday with his Syrian counterpart Faisal Al-Mikdad “the strategic bilateral relations between the two countries and the high degree of coordination that exists between them at various levels for the benefit of the two peoples Syria and Iran.
Al-Miqdad praised Iran’s “important role in supporting the resilience of the Syrian people and helping Syria through its effective role at various levels, especially in the Astana format meetings, which have made progress on the ground.”
Al-Miqdad stated that “Syria supports Iran in the face of attempts to pressure it and external interference in its internal affairs, as he condemned the positions of the United States and Western countries regarding the Iranian nuclear dossier”, expressing “Syria’s confidence in the wisdom and firmness of the Islamic Republic of Iran , its leadership, the government and the people in opposing these conspiracies.”
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Ayman Susan is also on a visit to the Iranian capital Tehran, during which he will discuss bilateral relations, recent developments in the region and issues of mutual interest with a number of Iranian officials.
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