Yemeni ambassador to Syria attends meeting on economic cooperation between Damascus and Sana’a

Yemeni ambassador to Syria attends meeting on economic cooperation between Damascus and Sana’a

Yemen’s ambassador to Syria, Abdullah Ali Sabri, has discussed several aspects related to enhancing the economic cooperation between the two brotherly countries in a meeting with Syrian officials.

This came during his meeting with President of Damascus Chamber of Industry and Countryside, Dr. Samer Al-Debs, and a number of the Chamber’s members.

The officials touched upon investment opportunities and facilitating trade exchange in coordination between the Chambers of Industry and Commerce in the two countries, and on the work to resume relevant understandings and protocols, taking into account changes and developments.

In the meeting, Ambassador Sabri stressed that the siege, sanctions and economic war constitute a common pain suffered by both Yemen and Syria, explaining that the war on the two countries is an American endeavour par excellence.

The ambassador state dthat both Syria and Yemen have showed to the world an epic of popular steadfastness in the face of aggression, siege and conspiracies.

Abdullah Sabri pointed to the strict measures taken by the National Salvation Government in Sana’a have shown to be successful in limiting the deterioration of the national currency and providing local alternatives for agricultural and food products and commodities.

“We look forward to benefiting from the Syrian experience in the industrial sector and the self-sufficiency that have helped Syria to stand firm and made the Syrian government remain independent,” the Yemeni ambassador added.

For his part, the Syrian official indicated that the Axis of Resistance has been targeted economically after the military war against it failed, and called on Yemeni businessmen to coordinate with Syrian businessmen and establish joint investments to advance the economic reality in the two countries.

The Syrian Arab Republic officially recognises the National Salvation Government in Sana’a as the legitimate government of Yemen, and has close relations with the Yemeni resistance against Saudi-led aggression.

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