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Syria, India, Armenia and Maldives discuss development of bilateral relations

NewYork, SANA- on the sidelines of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly meetings, the Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Dr. Fayssal Mikdad and his Indian counterpart Subramaniam Jaishankar affirmed the importance of developing friendship and cooperation relations between the two friendly countries.

Minister Mikdad voiced Syria’s appreciation for India’s supportive stances and the assistance it provides, while the Indian minister affirmed his country’s constant support for Syria and standing by it.

Both parties agreed on continuing meetings and coordination between the two sides

Minister Mikdad met also with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia, Ararat Mirzoyan, and reviewed the latest developments in the two countries, emphasizing the depth of the friendly relations and the historical ties that unite the two friendly peoples.

The two ministers stressed the need to upgrade and develop bilateral relations to serve the interests of both countries

Mikdad expressed Syria’s thanks for the assistance provided by Armenia to it in the field of mine clearance.

Minister Mikdad also met with Maldives Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid, where the two ministers voiced the need to open horizons for cooperation between the both friendly countries.

Shahid noted that dialogue and common understanding is the right way to overcome the difficulties and challenges facing the United Nations and its member states.

For his part, Mikdad hailed the success of Minister Shahid during his presidency of the previous round of the General Assembly in managing its work and dealing with the difficult issues faced by the international organization.


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