Syria discusses means to enhance health cooperation with Iraq, Jordan and UAE

Syria has discussed with Iraq, Jordan and UAE the current situation of the health sector in the world, and the mechanisms for exchanging experiences, training, investment prospects and pharmaceutical industries, in addition to strengthening bilateral c…

Syria has discussed with Iraq, Jordan and UAE the current situation of the health sector in the world, and the mechanisms for exchanging experiences, training, investment prospects and pharmaceutical industries, in addition to strengthening bilateral cooperation to improve health services.

That came during a meeting which brought together Health Minister Hassan al-Ghobash and Iraqi Minister of Health, Dr. Salih al-Hasnawi, Jordanian Minister of Health, Dr. Firas al-Hawari, and Emirati Minister of Health and Prevention, Abdul Rahman Bin Mohammed Al Owais.

The meeting was held on the sidelines of 59th regular session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Health, which is being held in Geneva.

The meeting of the 59th regular session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Health was held on Sunday in conjunction with holding the 76th World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency