Syrian-Iranian Businessmen Forum in Tehran: Establishing Productive and Commercial Partnerships in all Sectors

Tehran- A Syrian businessmen delegation led by the Secretary General of the Federation of Syrian Chambers of Commerce, Eng. Mohammad Hamsho, met here with the Advisor to the First Vice-President of Iran, the Chairman of the Committee for the Development of Syrian-Iranian Economic Relations, Hassan Dannaei and Chairman of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture. Economic, commercial and investment, Massoud Khansarawi.

 During the meeting, Mr. Hamsho and Mr.Khansarawi stressed the importance of improving the economic, trade and investment relations to the level of political relations between the two countries and overcome obstacles that hinder joint cooperation and establish productive and trade partnerships in all sectors.

 Mr. Hamsho and the Secretary-General of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Bahman Eshki signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation between the two sides in various fields of trade, investmentand economic.

 Mr. Hamsho and Mr. Khansarawi opened today the Syrian-Iranian businessmen forum in Tehran with the participation of officials from the private sector in both countries to develop trade relations and economic cooperation.

 Mr. Hamsho chaired an economic delegation of 50 businessmen from various economic, commercial, investment and private sectors.

 The forum aims at improving the level of economic, commercial and investment cooperation between businessmen in Syria and Iran to find and establish productive and commercial investment partnerships in all sectors that meet the requirements of the next stage, especially the process of construction and reconstruction in Syria.

 The forum will also contribute to the exchange of experiences and the definition of investment projects that serve the development process in the two countries and develop a framework to address obstacles to cooperation and encourage Iranian companies to contribute to reconstruction in Syria.

 Sh. Kh.

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