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Syria, Iraq meet on water issue, Turkey is absent
On Wednesday talks between the Syrian and Iraqi sides concerning the waters of the Tigris and the Euphrates were discussed in Baghdad. The coordination meetings of the joint technical committees concerning the waters of the two rivers started with the absence of Turkey, which refused the invitation of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry attend these meetings.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 9/25/1998
Syrian FM holds intensive meetings in New York
Syrian Foreign minister Farouk al-Sharaa on Thursday afternoon met with Lebanese prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 9/25/1998
Syrian delegation visiting Iraq
A Syrian delegation that includes the head of the treaties department in the Foreign Ministry, Mohammed Said, arrived in Baghdad yesterday to coordinate the two countries' positions toward Turkey's water policy and its effect on Syria and Iraq.
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 9/24/1998
Syrian FM meets with Canadian, Spanish, Russian counterparts in New York
Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Sharaa has arrived in New York on Tuesday night to preside over the Syrian delegation to the 53rd session of the UN General Assembly, where he will deliver Syria's speech.
Syria, Politics, 9/24/1998
Syria's tourist potential untapped says a Japanese study
In the context of the technical cooperation agreement between Syria and Japan, the final report on the development of tourism in Syria was completed by a JICA study team in cooperation with the Syrian Ministry of Tourism.
Syria-Japan, Economics, 9/24/1998
Arab pediatricians conference continues deliberations
The 5th conference of the Union of the Arab Pediatricians associations continued its activities on Wednesday in Damascus by discussing topics dealing with children's diseases such as Mediterranean fever, pharynx inflammation, asthma, urinary problems, liver and kidney inflammations as well as several other diseases.
Regional-Syria, Health, 9/24/1998
37 killed, 12 wounded in Syria coach crash
Some 37 people were killed and other 12 wounded at dawn, Sunday when a coach hit Sreihin bridge just five kilometers from the city of Hama, 150 km north of Damascus. Only the coach driver and his aide were unharmed.
Syria, Local, 9/22/1998
Report: Lebanese presidential elections already decided
A well-informed source in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, said that circles concerned with Lebanese Presidential elections behave on the basis that the presidential election battle has finished, because Damascus has made its presidential choice in favor of commander of the Lebanese Army Lt. Gen. Emil Lahoud, who is considered the most proper for this difficult stage.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 9/21/1998
Jordanian FM: Our doors are open to discuss with Syria relations with Turkey
Commenting on Syrian criticism over Jordan's relations with Turkey, Jordanian Foreign Minister Abdul Elah al-Khatib said such criticism is due to the lack of information or to misinformation.
Jordan-Syria, Politics, 9/21/1998
Syrian President confers with former AL chief
Syria, Politics, 9/21/1998
Iraqi trade center opened in Damascus, trade reaches $150 million
Syrian Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade Muhammad al-Imadi on Sunday opened the Iraqi trade center at the Damascus International Fair. The ceremony was attended by an Iraqi delegation in addition to a high-ranking Syrian delegation.
Iraq-Syria, Economics, 9/21/1998
Assad's visit to Moscow postponed, not canceled
Syria-Russia, Politics, 9/21/1998
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