Syrian airport part of agenda: IAC
April 22- The Managing Director of Iran Airports Company (IAC), Mohsen Esmaeeli, has said the Iran’s going to enhance airport-related cooperation with Syria, which forms an integral part of his organization’s agenda. "Tehran is prepared to make available its technical might for building airports and related equipment to Damascus," added Esmaeeli during a meeting with Syrian Deputy Transportation Minister, Mahmoud Zanbua, in Tehran.
Meanwhile, Zanbua said that IAC has tremendous experience in the development and expansion of airports, something which Syria stands to benefit from. Referring to his recent tour of the Air Control Center in Tehran, he said: "In comparison to some countries, this center is more advanced. Therefore, the capacities of the experts of the center should be used for training personnel of and expanding the Syrian Air Control Centre."
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