Russian Dep PM arrives in Damascus to discuss Tartous

Yuri Borisov, Russia’s deputy prime minister, Monday began a two-day visit to Damascus to meet Syrian president Bashar Assad and discuss the operation of Tartous port. This port was leased from Syria to serve as the Russian navy’s main port in the Mediterranean Sea. The two leaders will also discuss Syrian agricultural exports to Russia.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

3 thoughts on “Russian Dep PM arrives in Damascus to discuss Tartous

  • Dec 17, 2019 @ 1:27 at 1:27
    Permalink

    An expansion planned? A reduction? New types of hardware? Or software located there? Perhaps Iran is angling for its own naval base next door to Tartous.

    Reply
    • Dec 17, 2019 @ 11:50 at 11:50
      Permalink

      Iran does not have Naval Bases more like Mariner Motor Boats at Best most of Iran’s Navy is Nonfunctional & Can’t Afford a Base. Now Maybe after they Change Regimes the New Persia will Emerge as Community Mideast Partner!

      Reply
  • Dec 17, 2019 @ 5:13 at 5:13
    Permalink

    ★Makes $130 to $160 per day online work and i received $16894 in one month online acting from home.I am a daily student and work simply one to a pair of hours in my spare time.Everybody will do that job and monline akes extra cash by simply open this link……Read MoRe

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Comments containing incitement, libel or offensive language are barred under DEBKAfile’s regulations

Your email address will not be published.

Font Resize
Contrast