Damascus, Syria and Iran have underlined necessity of bolstering existing fraternal relations and expanding prospects of cooperation at all levels, especially parliamentary ones.
That came during the talks held between a delegation of Iranian parliamentary committee for national security and foreign policy headed by Hashmatullah Flahat Bisha and the National Security Committee of the People's Assembly in Damascus on Sunday evening .
Bisha said the visit aims to consolidate relations between the two friendly countries in various aspects, stressing readiness of the delegation members to work to speed up ratification of the agreements signed between the two countries and contribute to the implementation of all proposed projects.
He pointed out to the importance of the relations binding the two brotherly countries in light of the highly sensitive conditions in the region and hoped that the victory achieved in Syria on terrorism will be followed by victories in the economic fields.
Faisal al-Khouri, the head of the National Security Committee at the People's Assembly, stressed the depth of the historical ties binding Syria and Iran, which were translated by supporting each other on the external challenges and crises that face them.
He expressed confidence that the visit of the Iranian delegation will achieve its objectives in deepening the relationship between the Shura Council and People's Assembly.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency