Date :Thursday, January 31st, 2019 | Time : 09:12 |ID: 84985 | Print

The evil hand which was stretched toward Iran and Syria was cut off

SHAFAQNA- Iranian Ambassador to Damascus, Javad Torkabadi, pointed out that the relationship between Iran and Syria is deep and strong. He also referred to the common goals of the people of Iran and Syria for strengthening everlasting peace in the region.

In an interview with Lebanese al-Ahed news agency, he said that signing the agreement for a long-term strategic cooperation between Iran and Syria will boost bilateral trade ties between two countries.

“Bilateral relations between the two countries were deep even before signing any agreement. I believe that by signing such agreements, and also due to coordination and cooperation between the two countries, a bright future awaits both sides,” Iranian Ambassador to Damascus said.

Torkabadi stressed that the bilateral relations between two sides should be boosted in other fields such as politic area too. “This issue is necessary at the current stage and will bring lasting peace throughout the region, and we will witness its early achievements in Syria,” he added.

“The hand of evil, which was stretched toward our countries for imposing his hegemony and willpower, was broken. This hand will not be able to impose its will in contrary to the will of our nations again,” Torkabadi said.

He declared that the views and attitudes of Iran is clear to others even to its enemies. “We believe that the truth is the supreme word and the shield and supporter. It is the truth with which humans and societies can reach the highest development,” he said. Iranian Ambassador to Damascus outlined that authorities of Iran and Syria should do their best for the ease and welfare of their people.

 

This news is translated to English by Shafaqna

 

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