Damascus: Pro-Terrorist States Not Allowed to Participate in Reconstruction of Syria


The Syrian Foreign Ministry announced that Damascus will not cooperate with the countries that have assisted or supported militant groups to play any role in the reconstruction of the war-ravaged nation.

The Foreign Ministry said that the Syrian Army‘s achievements herald the imminent end of terrorism, and that the battle with those mercenaries will end soon after eradicating terrorism from every inch of the Syrian territories and after restoring peace and security to Syria.

The source said that Damascus welcomes the initiatives of the countries and the bodies which have not been involved in the aggression against Syria in the reconstruction of the country.

In December 2016, Syrian Ambassador to Tehran Adnan Mahmoud underlined that his country put Iranian private sector on the top of its list for reconstruction projects.

“Iranian companies are well-prepared to take part in Syria’s reconstruction process,” Mahmoud said in a meeting with Head of Iranian Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholamhossein Shafeyee in Tehran at the time.

Shafeyee, for his part, said the two sides should make plan for Syria reconstruction.

During the meeting, the two sides exchanged views on ways to refurbish the Syrian economy as well as reconstruction of the Arab country

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