Abbas discusses with Palestinian, Iraqi and Korean counterpart means of combating terrorism, enhancing bilateral cooperation

Tehran, SANA – Speaker of the Syrian People’s Assembly Hadiyah Abbas discussed Wednesday with her Palestinian, Iraqi and Korean counterparts means of combating terrorism and boosting bilateral cooperation.

Meeting Chairman of the Palestinian National Council, Salim al-Zanoun on the sidelines of the International Conference on Supporting Palestinian Intifada, Abbas stressed Syria’s support to the Palestinian cause and its people’s right to return home.

For his part, al-Zanoun noted that Palestine has supported and will always support Syria despite all pressures.

In a similar meeting with the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament Salim al-Jabouri, Abbas said that any victory over terrorism in Syria or Iraq will be reflected on the entire world.

Al-Jabouri expressed hope to establish security and stability in Syrian as soon as possible, stressing the need to enhance security and economic cooperation between the two countries

In a relevant context, Abbas met the Chairman of Supreme People’s Assembly of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Choe Thae-bok and discussed parliamentary cooperation between the two countries, with Abbas expressing Syria’s determination to defeat terrorism and win the war waged on its people, thanks to the steadfastness of the Syrians and the sacrifices of its army and the support of its allies and friends.

In turn, Thae-bok reiterated his country’s support to Syria and its people, voicing its rejection of any foreign intervention in its internal affairs.

The sixth International Conference on Supporting Intifada wrapped up its activities in the Iranian Capital of Tehran. The two-day conference discussed the regional and international challenges which face the Palestinian cause and the need to mobilize efforts to support this issue.



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