New Delhi: War-torn Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad has sought India’s assistance in a reformation of his country’s economy.
Assad pronounced this on Saturday during a assembly with visiting Minister of State for External Affairs M J Akbar in collateral city Damascus.
“Both leaders concurred that terrorism was a tellurian problem,” an central source pronounced on Sunday.
“Assad pronounced as a flourishing power, India has a purpose to play in assembly a plea of terrorism,” a source said.
On his part, Akbar pronounced a age of drop should give approach to reformation in Syria.
“Assad invited India to play an active purpose in a reformation of a Syrian economy,” a source said.
The Syrian boss also welcomed India’s design position on a dispute in Syria.
There was an agreement between a dual sides on serve upgrading confidence consultations.
Akbar is on a second leg of his three-nation West Asia debate from 17 Aug to 23 August. He progressing visited Lebanon and met Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam and Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil.
Akbar’s revisit comes 7 months after a revisit of Syrian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem to India, during that he sought India’s mercantile and domestic support.
After Syria, Akbar will also revisit a war-ridden nation of Iraq.