Iran (1023)

06-08-2019

A new flourmill has been inaugurated in the Euphrates Shield Area, raising the number of mills there to three.

06-08-2019

Syria’s production of oil and gas has been largely stable in the past months.

24-07-2019

The two tables below list all foreign exchange companies registered in Syria.

24-07-2019

An Iranian tanker has docked in Banias and delivered a new shipment of crude oil although overall Iranian oil supplies to Syria have decreased so far this month.

24-07-2019

The award of a contract by the Ministry of Petroleum to a Lebanese company to refine petroleum residues has caused controversy in Damascus.

24-07-2019

An Iranian company is set to commission a new flourmill near Suweida as part of a contract funded by a credit line granted by Tehran.

18-07-2019

The following is a list of key documents related to the sanctions regime imposed by the United States on Syria.

Sanctions Regulations

17-07-2019

New details on the oil operations of the Kurdish-controlled Syrian Democratic Council have been revealed, potentially causing the SDC some embarrassment.

10-07-2019

Almost a week after a super-tanker heading to Syria was seized in Gibraltar, another tanker full of Iranian crude oil is now expected to dock in Banias.

25-06-2019

The market for oil products in Syria has remained stable in the past weeks despite an attack on submarine pipelines linked to the Banias Port.

25-06-2019

An unnamed Russian Company has offered this month to invest in Syria’s sole state-owned battery production plant.

12-06-2019

The list below includes all the Syrian individuals, entities, aircrafts and vessels that have been put under sanctions by the U.S. Administration since 2005.

12-06-2019

Construction and services in the oil, gas and petrochemicals sectors

12-06-2019

The value of Syrian-government funds blocked by the U.S. Government has slightly increased, an OFAC report says.

29-05-2019

The Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources is seeking to maximise the procurement of oil from the eastern region as it continues to look for alternative sources to meet shortages.

28-05-2019

The General Establishment of Geology and Mineral Resources (GEGMR) has asked the Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade to stop imports of salt following an increase in domestic production.

22-05-2019

The list below includes the names of all the individuals that have been blacklisted by the European Union since the beginning of the Syrian uprising in March 2011.

22-05-2019

Contracting; building materials trading; services in the phosphate and oil services including well drilling

22-05-2019

The government has announced a new plan to rehabilitate the Barada valley area with the aim of securing water supplies to the Syrian capital and attracting investment in the real estate sector.

22-05-2019

The list below includes the names of all the Syrian entities that have been blacklisted by the European Union since the beginning of the uprising in March 2011.

22-05-2019

After taking control of the phosphate mines and the port of Tartous, Russia is now eyeing the Damascus International Airport.

15-05-2019

Oil shortages in Syria have eased somewhat as the government receives a shipment from Iran and seeks alternative solutions.

08-05-2019

Delegations from Iran, Russia and Turkey met in Nur-Sultan, formerly Astana, on 25 and 26 April 2019. At the end of their meeting they released the following statement.

07-05-2019

A Russian company is negotiating with the Syrian government to rehabilitate two grain silos in the ports of Lattakia and Tartous, potentially enabling a strengthening of Russia’s hold on Syria’s wheat supply chain.

07-05-2019

Syria and Iran held on May 1st the sixth edition of a joint business forum as Tehran seeks to capitalize on its support to the regime to gain more benefits for its companies.

23-04-2019

The shortages of energy products are increasing economic hardship for Syrians and posing various types of economic and public services challenges.

23-04-2019

Syria is set to handover to Russia the commercial port of Tartous, another major economic asset Damascus is giving away.

17-04-2019

The Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources has decided to reduce further the petrol it is allocating to individual car owners as shortages harden across Syria resulting in increased pressure on the currency.

17-04-2019

The Ministry of Transport has cancelled exemptions that benefitted Saudi and Emirati trucks crossing Syria, dealing an additional blow to efforts aimed at restoring ties with the Gulf.

17-04-2019

The Ministry of Tourism has said that the number of foreign visitors to Syria last year increased by some 40 percent, although this was very largely a result of growing numbers of one-day visitors from Lebanon.

15-04-2019

Updated on April 17
Standard Chartered has finalized a USD 1.1 billion settlement with American and British regulatory authorities for violating economic sanctions on several countries, including Syria.

13-04-2019