MIKDAD IN A PRESS CONFERENCE WITH ABDOLLAHIAN: IDENTICAL VIEWS REGARDING THE SUPPORT THAT SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO PEOPLE IN GAZA

Damascus, SANA - Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad , met with his Iranian counterpart, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, in Damascus. In a press conference held by the two sides following the meeting, Minister Mikdad said 'The Iranian delegation held detailed discussions with President Bashar al-Assad, which dealt with all developments in the region, especially the heroic steadfastness of our people in the Gaza Strip,'. Minister Mikdad said that the views of our two countries are identical in the support that must be provided to our people in the Gaza Strip in the face of genocide committed by the Israeli occupation'. Mikdad stressed the need for the American and Turkish occupation forces to leave Syrian territory, stressing that the crimes committed by these forces are crimes against humanity and they must be held accountable for them. The minister said that the repeated aggressions by the Zionist entity on Syrian lands were caused by Syrian resistance to this entity and its plans since its establi shment on the land of Palestine. For his part, Abdollahian said 'I discussed with President al-Assad the latest developments in the region and regional and international issues, and there is a will among the leadership of our two countries to achieve remarkable progress in cooperation in various economic, commercial and industrial fields.'. Abdollahian added: 'I conveyed an official invitation from Ebrahim Raisi to President Assad to visit Iran.'. The Iranian Minster condemned the illegal presence of the US forces on Syrian territory, expressing his condolences to the Syrian people for the victims of the recent American aggression. Abdollahian affirmed his country's rejection of the Zionist entity's plans to forcibly displace the Palestinian people from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, stressing that this entity's attacks in the region will not remain unanswered. Source: National News Agency - Lebanon

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