Iran’s First Vice-President Parviz Dawoodi, who is in Syria to attend Iran-Syria High Committee, visited a cement plant near the city of Hama.
The plant, which is a US$200m and being built by Iranian companies, is located 9km from Hama city in Hama province.
During the visit, Dawoodi said Iran-Syria economic relations are strategic adding the two countries’ officials are for expansion of the ties.
The final capacity of the plant is one million tons annually.
Iranian companies are working in different projects in Syria, including cement, car production, flat glass and silos.