Joint auto factory boosts Iran-Syria cooperation

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March 8, 2007 18:13

 
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President Bashar Assad on Thursday inaugurated the first stage of a joint Syrian-Iranian automobile factory, test-driving one of the new cars and declaring that the project will boost cooperation between the allies. With Iranian Vice President Parviz Davoodi on hand for the ceremony at the Syrian-Iranian Company for Manufacturing Cars, Assad called the project a testament of the "historic" cooperation between the two countries. "Our political relations are rooted, old and excellent," he told reporters. "This project comes in the framework of boosting economic cooperation between the two countries ... we are proud of this project."

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