Syrian-Iranian talks on economic, urban development

Tehran, SANA- Local Administration and Environment, Hussein Makhlouf discussed with Deputy of Judiciary and the head of Iran’s property and documents registration organization, Hassan Babaei means of cooperation on documenting real estate records, real estate survey and organizational schemes to achieve economic, urban, social, productivity and investment development between the two countries.

Makhlouf stressed the importance of documenting real estate ownership, preserving citizens’ rights, digital transformation and automation as one of the pillars of e-government.

“There are serious efforts in the field of preparing statistical data, conducting research and studies related to real estate activities in Syria, and developing the real estate legislative and engineering environment in order to achieve practical results that guarantee the citizens’ legal rights,” he added.

The Minister pointed out the importance of using modern technologies in achieving urban, engineering and service development in order to serve the reconstruction process after the terrorist war which targeted the Syrian infrastructure.

For his part, Syria’s Ambassador in Tehran, Shafiq Dayoub referred to the vital areas of bilateral cooperation between the two countries, such as making use of local currencies in trade exchanges to limit American hegemony over peoples’ capabilities.

In turn, Babaei affirmed his country’s readiness to cooperate with the Local and Environment Ministry in Syria in various fields, especially real estate and exchanging expertise.

Makhlouf is on a visit to Tehran at the head of a delegation to hold talks with the Iranian officials and participate in the conference on environmental cooperation for a better future with the aim of reaching solutions to national and regional environmental challenges.

Shaza Qreima


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