Situation in Syria
We are very sorry about the situation in Syria and we hope that all problems of this wonderful country will be solved as soon as possible. Our group, all our partners and the staff of De Micco & Friends wish luck and peace to the people of Syria. Our thoughts and wishes are with them.
Despite the complicated situation De Micco & Friends is represented with some very experienced and engaged lawyer partners in Damascus who do their best to represent and our client’s interests.
Please understand that your services are limited at the moment. Anyway if you need any business or personal assistance please don’t hesitate to contact us.
LOCATION, SIZE, AND EXTENT
Situated in southwest Asia at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea, Syria has an area of 185,180 sq km (71,498 sq mi). Comparatively, the area occupied by Syria is slightly larger than the state of North Dakota. Included in this total is the Golan Heights region (1,176 sq km/454 sq mi), which Israel captured in 1967 and annexed on 14 December 1981; the annexation was denounced by Syria and unanimously condemned by the United Nations Security Council. Syria extends 793 km (493 mi) ene–wsw and 431 km (268 mi) sse–nnw. It is bounded on the n by Turkey, on the e and se by Iraq, on the s by Jordan, on the sw by Israel, and on the w by Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea, with a land boundary length of 2,253 km (1,400 mi) and a coastline of 193 km (120 mi).
There are five main geographic zones: The narrow coastal plain along the Mediterranean shore; the hill and mountain regions, including the Ansariyah ('Alawite) Mountains in the north-west paralleling the coast, the eastern slopes of the Anti-Lebanon Mountains, and the Jabal Ad-Duruz in the southeast; the cultivated area east of the Ansariyah and Anti-Lebanon ranges, which is widest in the north, discontinuous between Himş and Damascus; the steppe and desert region, traversed by the Euphrates (Al-Furat) River; and the Jazirah in the northeast, steppe country with low rolling hills. The Anti-Lebanon Mountains, extending southward along the Lebanese border, serve as a catchment for the rainfall of central Syria.
To the north of this range, the Ansariyah Mountains, which reach heights of over 1,500 m (5,000 ft), slope westward to the Mediterranean. The Orontes (Asi) River irrigates areas on the eastern side of the Ansariyah Mountains.
Services of our Lawyers in Damascus
The De Micco & Friends Damascus Team offers all legal services of an international full-service law firm.
- Oil and Gas contracting
- Bilateral communication and business development Europe/Syria
- Company - and business set up, company foundation in Iran and Syria
- Representation of European companies, investors and individuals in Syria
- Representation of Syrian companies, investors and individuals in Europe
- Real Estate Law, all types of transactions (buy, sell, rent, lease)
- Representation of investors in Iran (Real Estate, Merger & Acquisitions, Capital Markets)
- Civil law, Family Law, Crime Law
- Immigration to Europe, Golden Visa
- Company Law
Please use the contact form to contact our team in Damascus.