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Iran supports reopening of embassies in Tehran and Riyadh

According to Fars News Agency’s Foreign Policy Group, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, met today (Sunday) with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi, who visited Tehran to discuss the latest developments in the region and issues related to bilateral relations. Dad.

Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein also attended the meeting.

Referring to the ceasefire in Yemen, the Foreign Minister stressed Iran’s support for the continuation of the ceasefire and the need to end the humanitarian siege in the country.

Amir Abdullahian, stating that the Islamic Republic of Iran knows the solution to the region’s problems from within the region, praised Iraq’s efforts to strengthen the element of dialogue and its constructive role in regional equations and dialogue between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia and added: It does not want the region and supports the reopening of embassies in the two capitals.

It is worth mentioning that five rounds of talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia have been held in Baghdad so far. Al-Kazemi also came to Iran after a trip to Saudi Arabia and met with Ayatollah Ra’isi in Tehran today.

Referring to the commonalities between Iran and Egypt, the Foreign Minister called the strengthening of relations between Tehran and Cairo in the interest of the region and the Islamic world.

According to Fars, diplomatic relations between Iran and Egypt are at the level of protection of interests.

During the meeting, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi emphasized the position and role of the Islamic Republic of Iran in regional developments and its proximity to Iraq, adding: “Iraq is serious about developing bilateral relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and will continue its reassuring role in the region.” .

Al-Kazemi, while emphasizing the comprehensive development of relations and the need to remove possible obstacles, added: “We will continue our efforts to strengthen regional dialogue and cooperation.”

According to Fars, President Ayatollah Ra’isi said in a joint press conference with Al-Kadhimi: “Our relations with Iraq are not ordinary and traditional relations, but very deep and deep-rooted relations that are rooted in the culture of the two nations and rooted in the beliefs of the two countries.” And this will is deeply present between the officials of the two countries to develop relations in all areas. In order to expand the policy of relations with our neighbors, today we see Iraq as the closest nation to the Iranian nation and we have the closest relations with Iraq in various fields.

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