al-Ghanmi from Damascus: The border crossing between Iraq and Syria will be opened soon


18/3/2019 16:10:00
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Iraqi Army Chief of Staff Gen. Othman al-Ghanmi announced that the coming days will witness the opening of the border crossing between Syria and Iraq and the continuation of visits, trade and mutual exchange between the two countries.

 

"The coming days will witness the opening of the border crossing between Syria and Iraq and the continuation of visits and mutual trade," Al-Ghanmi said in a news conference in Damascus on Monday.

 

"There is great coordination between the Syrian and Iraqi armies to counter terrorism, and the security of Syria and Iraq is indivisible."

 

The chief of staff of the Iraqi army, General Othman al-Ghanmi, headed a senior delegation to Damascus on Sunday to participate in the meeting of chiefs of staff.

 

 

 

PUKmedia / Agencies


 

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