Iran’s first Vice-President Parviz Davoudi said his country’s relations with Syria are at the highest levels possible, adding that Tehran has not set a limit on the expansion of its relations with Damascus. Speaking during a meeting with Syrian Minister of Construction and Housing Hamud al-Husayn here in Tehran on Friday, Davoudi laid emphasis on the bolstering of joint cooperation by the two countries in the various grounds, specially in the housing sector.
He said Iran and Syria enjoy good potentials and capabilities for cooperating in the housing sector, adding that the two sides can embark on launching construction projects in the third countries through utilizing the said potentials.
Elsewhere, the vice-president noted the two countries’ common stances on a large number of regional and international issues, and viewed cooperation among Muslim countries of the region, particularly Iran and Syria, as significant for the promotion of ties and friendly bonds among regional nations.
For his part, the Syrian minister reiterated the political resolve of Damascus to further enhance bilateral ties with Iran.
He also noted the two countries’ growing and cordial ties, and stressed that the age-old and friendly relations between Iran and Syria serve the interests of the two nations.
Hamud al-Husayn further pointed to his visits to several construction projects in Tehran, and voiced his country’s willingness to use Iran’s experiences in the construction and development sector.