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Editorial date: 2019/7/22 11:43 • 307 times read
News of the visit of Abdul Mahdi to Iran today
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) reported on Monday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi arrives today in a visit to the Iranian capital Tehran.
The sources said that "Abdul-Mahdi will discuss with Iranian officials tension between Iran and the United States and Britain." is over
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Abdul Mahdi arrives in Tehran today .. These are the most prominent files

Political | 10:47 - 22/07/2019

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi is on a visit to the Iranian capital on Monday, government sources said. 
The sources told Mawazine News that "Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi is visiting today, the Iranian capital." 
She explained that "Abdul Mahdi will discuss with Iranian officials tension between Iran and the United States and Britain." 
He said Iraq was seeking a calm in the crisis between the United States and Iran. He also talked about sending two Iraqi delegations to Washington and Tehran to help contain the tension. 
Abdul Mahdi announced at the end of last May that he will visit Washington and Tehran soon to discuss the situation of the region against the background of the crisis between the United States and Iran.
Tensions between Tehran and Washington and London have escalated in recent weeks after Tehran dropped a US airliner over the waters of the Gulf amid US accusations that Tehran was endangering security in the region. Tehran and London exchanged oil tankers.

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7 minutes ago, Gunnytex said:

 

 

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What will the prime minister discuss in Tehran?

By AhadNA3  Articles 22/07/2019 02:22 PM | Number of readings:

What will the prime minister discuss in Tehran?

 


Al-Ahed News - Baghdad 

The head of the Center for Political Thought, Ihsan al-Shammari, said on Monday that the visit of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to Tehran aims to prepare for the convening of an international conference under the auspices of Europe in Baghdad to resolve the crisis between Tehran and Washington.

" The visit of Adel Abdul Mahdi to Tehran today comes in order to arrange and prepare for an international conference sponsored by Europe in Baghdad aimed at resolving the crisis between Tehran and Washington and the discussion on the fate of the nuclear agreement," Shammari said in a press statement .

Al-Shammari said that "Iraq is working hard to remove the specter of military confrontation between Tehran and Washington because it is the most affected country if the confrontation took place." He added that the visit will also discuss the economic relationship between the two countries and the issue of oil.

Iran's Al-Alam television reported earlier Monday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi would visit Tehran for a second visit after his first visit in April. Finished 2

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Release date: 2019/7/22 16:38 • 8 times read
Abdul Mahdi arrives in Tehran
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi arrived on Monday in the Iranian capital Tehran.
His office said in a brief statement, received {Euphrates News} a copy of it, that "the Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, arrived in the Islamic Republic of Iran." 
The media sources revealed on Monday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi arrives today in a visit to the Iranian capital Tehran. 
The sources said that "Abdul-Mahdi will discuss with Iranian officials the tension between Iran and the United States and Britain."
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Abdul Mahdi arrives in Iran

Political | 04:39 - 22/07/2019

 
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BAGHDAD 
(Reuters) Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi arrived in Tehran on Monday for an official visit to the Islamic republic. 
"Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi arrived this afternoon in the Iranian capital of Tehran on an official visit," Abdul Mahdi's office said in a brief statement received by Mawazine News. 
Earlier this day, Abdul-Mahdi received a telephone call from British Defense Minister Benny Murdon. The two sides discussed bilateral relations and means of bolstering them to meet the aspiration of the two friendly peoples. 
The two sides stressed the need to achieve security and stability in the Gulf region and the Middle East, and the importance of freedom of navigation for all countries and respect for international law, and agreed to cooperate to achieve this.

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Release date: 2019/7/22 18:10 • 11 times read
Abdul Mahdi discusses with Rohani ways to defuse the crisis in the region
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi met in Tehran on Monday with Iranian President Hassan Rowhani.
"During the meeting, the two sides discussed the relations between the two countries and the two neighboring peoples, developments in the region and ways to defuse the current crisis," a statement from his office said. 
The Prime Minister arrived in the Islamic Republic of Iran at the head of a delegation comprising the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Oil and Ministers of Defense and Transport and the National Security Adviser and a number of officials and advisers.
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Abdulhamdi and Rouhani discuss developments in the region and stress the importance of defusing the crisis

Political | 06:10 - 22/07/2019

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BAGHDAD - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Monday discussed with Iranian President Hassan Rowhani developments in the region and ways to defuse the current crisis. 
"The latter met Rohani in Tehran," a statement from Abdulmahdi's office said. 
"During the meeting, they discussed relations between the two countries and the two neighboring peoples, developments in the region and ways to defuse the current crisis," he added. 
The Prime Minister arrived in Iran at the head of a delegation comprising the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Oil and Ministers of Defense and Transport and the National Security Adviser and a number of officials and advisers.

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3 hours ago, Gunnytex said:

He was there to pick up his latest orders.....

 

6 minutes ago, Calijim said:

How much cash did he bring them?🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑

You guys are killing it.  :bravo:

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Editorial date: 2019/7/22 18:20 • 129 times read
Iranian sources: Abdul Mahdi's visit to Iran takes only 3 hours
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Iranian sources revealed that the visit of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to Iran will take only 3 hours.
The sources said that the visit comes as part of Iraqi efforts to reduce tensions between Iran on the one hand and the United States and Britain on the other. 
The Prime Minister arrived in the Islamic Republic of Iran at the head of a delegation comprising the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Oil and Ministers of Defense and Transport and the National Security Adviser and a number of officials and advisers.
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36 minutes ago, yota691 said:

 

LMAO!!! The most war torn, terrorist and corrupt countries in the world an these two are going to figure out how to defuse the crisis in the region. I'm sure between the two of these super powers they will come up with a solution but what I'm thinking the real reason for the visit is for Mahdi to get his instructions on what his next move is....

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1 hour ago, Calijim said:

How much cash did he bring them?🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑

 

Probably out of Petty Cash 💵-$20 billion to Keep ‘em going for a few weeks.

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1 hour ago, DoD said:

 

LMAO!!! The most war torn, terrorist and corrupt countries in the world an these two are going to figure out how to defuse the crisis in the region. I'm sure between the two of these super powers they will come up with a solution but what I'm thinking the real reason for the visit is for Mahdi to get his instructions on what his next move is....

 

Exactly,  every time a Iraqi PM goes to Iran iraq gets set backwards another 5 years .... 

 

 

2 hours ago, yota691 said:

iranian sources revealed that the visit of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to Iran will take only 3 hours.

 

 Mahdi must be the worlds best diplomatic negotiator ever , heck he will barley be able to squeeze in visits to Iran's illegal nuclear sites in 3 hrs.  ,, when will it ever end 

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7 minutes ago, 3n1 said:

 

Exactly,  every time a Iraqi PM goes to Iran iraq gets set backwards another 5 years .... 

 

 

 

 Mahdi must be the worlds best diplomatic negotiator ever , heck he will barley be able to squeeze in visits to Iran's illegal nuclear sites in 3 hrs.  ,, when will it ever end 

 

 

He went there to tell him the Rate is coming so they can be prepared..and dipped out...lol dreams

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10 minutes ago, Arceo said:

 

 

He went there to tell him the Rate is coming so they can be prepared..and dipped out...lol dreams

 

that must be it,  hey u never know  ... hope for the best prepare for the worst 

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Whatever it was apparently was to top secret he couldn’t tell him on a phone. Or maybe all he did was just bring him a bunch of US dollars. 

Took longer to get his airplane ready than his actual visit, I’m sure Trump is wondering what the short trip was all about too...

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Release date: 2019/7/22 21:37 • 122 times read
Abdul-Mahdi discusses with Abu Mazen "US sanctions and prevent their repercussions"
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi discussed with the head of the National Axis parliamentary bloc Ahmed Abdullah al-Jubouri the US Treasury's decision to impose sanctions on Iraqi personalities, including Jubouri.
"The two sides discussed" the latest political developments and the prevention of the repercussions of the US Treasury decision to undermine the sovereignty of the Iraqi official decision and protect the constitutionality of the governing institution, both legislative and executive, "the statement said. 
On January 18, the United States imposed sanctions on four Iraqis, including two leaders of two popular factions. 
The US Treasury Department said it had imposed sanctions on Ryan Chaldean, the commander of the Babylonian battalions, the 50th Brigade, and the commander of the Nineveh plain, known as the 30th Brigade. 
The US sanctions include two former government officials, Nawfal al-Aakoub, former governor of Nineveh province, and Ahmed al-Jubouri, former governor of Salahaddin, whom the ministry accuses of corruption and human rights abuses.
Under the new sanctions, Washington will impose a ban on the property of the four Iraqis in the United States, and will prevent its citizens from conducting any business dealings with them.
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What a loser...these guys only care about themselves. I met an Iranian Woman working at Walmart and I asked her what it is like there and she didn't have anything positive to say about their Government. Mahdi is a sore loser and is an extension of Maliki. I agree with you Senior Member. Why is it so hard to do what is in the best interest of your own People and Economy FIRST instead of letting Iran dictate your affairs. I need to stay away until this clown is out of office. I see why Sadaam overthrew the Shitte leaders.

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TEHRAN: Abdul-Mahdi will meet with Khamenei on Tuesday evening

Political | 08:07 - 22/07/2019

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi arrived in the capital Tehran on a short official visit to discuss with Iranian officials recent developments in the region, Russian television reported on Monday. 
The channel quoted a correspondent in Tehran as saying that "Abdul Mahdi will meet Monday evening with Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and a number of officials in Tehran." 
The first meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rowhani, where the office of Abdul Mahdi said that the officials discussed relations between the two countries and the two neighboring peoples and developments in the situation in the region and ways to defuse the current crisis.

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Mahdi probably has to bump up his frequent flier miles so he can redeem them for the Bedazzler Camel 🐪 Saddle he’s been promising to his #1 Monkey 🐵 Jockey.

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Iraqi PM, Iranian President discuss ‘ways to defuse’ Gulf tensions


Iraqi PM, Iranian President discuss ‘ways to defuse’ Gulf tensions
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani greets Iraq’s Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi in Tehran on July 22, 2019. (Photo: Iraqi PM office)
 
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ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – In a meeting in Tehran, the top officials of the two neighboring states of Iraq and Iran discussed, among other topics, easing Gulf tensions, which have spiked between Baghdad’s regional ally and the West in recent months.

Iraq’s Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi arrived in the Iranian capital in the afternoon, spearheading a delegation that included his ministers of finance, defense, oil, and transportation, as well as his national security advisor, and other officials and advisors, according to a statement from his office.

“Relations between the two neighboring nations, the developments in the region, and ways to defuse the current crises,” led discussions during the meeting between Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani and Abdul Mahdi, the PM’s office said.

Before his departure, Abdul Mahdi talked on the phone with British Defense Minister Penny Mordaunt on the latest regional developments, including “freedom of navigation,” a readout from Baghdad summarizing the conversation said.

The two sides stressed “the necessity of achieving security and stability in the Gulf region and the Middle East, and the importance of freedom of navigation for all countries and respect for international law and agreed to cooperate to achieve this.”

Earlier this year, the Iraqi prime minister expressed his country’s willingness to act as a mediator in the building Gulf tensions.

The UK and Iran have entered a standoff after the former captured an Iranian oil tanker off the coast of Gibraltar, saying it was headed for Syria in contravention of EU sanctions. Tehran disputes this and, in an apparent act of retaliation, seized a British-flagged ship in the Strait of Hormuz.

Britain called Iran’s action – an operation carried out by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) navy – a “hostile act” and rejected Tehran’s claims their carrier had been detained because it was involved in a collision.

This comes in tandem with an increasingly difficult situation between the US and Iran, marred by many incidents since Washington withdrew last year from a nuclear deal between the Gulf country and world powers and re-imposed successive rounds of punitive sanctions that have crippled its economy.

Last month, Tehran shot down a US surveillance drone in the Gulf of Oman, claiming the plane had breached its airspace and did not respond to multiple warnings. Washington disputes this and insists the aircraft was flying over international waters at the time.  

Earlier on Monday, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said in an announcement they had captured 17 alleged spies over the past year, claiming they were trained by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and operating in their country. The US said the statements were false.

 

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