Syrian President Bashar al-Assad welcomed the Libyan delegation on Monday. The officials have discussed the latest developments in the region as well as activating bilateral cooperation in all domains, writes SANA.
A Libyan delegation was co-chaired by deputy Prime Minister Abdul-Rahman al-Ahiresh and Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Abdul-Hadi al-Hawaij. The Libyan officials have arrived in Damask on Monday for the meeting with President.
Talks during the meeting dealt with the latest developments in the Syrian fragile region Idlib and Libya and the battle waged by the two countries against terrorism and all forms of a foreign military troops.
Among the issues discussed by Assad and Libyans on Monday was the war against terrorism. According to the Syrian President, that isn’t the battle of two countries only. In particular, as this fight will determine the fate of the Middle Eastern region in the face of the projects which some states are trying to impose on it through their tools, on top Erdogan’s regime whose policies have become based on using terrorism to achieve its political interests, which is the main factor destabilizing Syria as a whole.
The top from war-torn countries also discussed accelerating bilateral cooperation in all domains, with the restoration of the diplomatic representation between the two states as the first step.
In the future, Syria and Libya are going to reactivate their relations and ties binding the two brotherly peoples in a way that serves the mutual interests of the two countries. Among the plans for the future, enhancing the factors of their steadfastness in facing all of what they are exposed to.