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Crimean, Syrian ports sign cooperation agreements

A Syrian government delegation visited the Russian-backed breakaway republic this week.
Russian soldiers stand aboard a ship at the Russian naval base in the Syrian Mediterranean port of Tartus on Sept. 26, 2019.

Ports in Syria and Crimea have signed agreements on boosting economic cooperation. 

Permanent representative of Crimea Georgy Muradov said yesterday that seaports in Crimea signed an agreement with Syria’s port of Latakia on the Mediterranean coast. The deals are related to the economy and tourism, Russia’s official TASS news agency reported. 

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