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Source: Al-Kazemi will visit Tehran at the head of a high-level delegation next Sunday
  
{Political: Al-Furat News} An informed source in the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will visit the Iranian capital, Tehran, next Sunday.

The source told Middle East News that "Al-Kazemi will visit Tehran at the head of a large and high-level delegation."

This is the first visit by a foreign official at this level to Iran after Ibrahim Raisi took power in Iran on August 4 last.

The prime minister had previously announced that he would visit Tehran to form the new Iranian government.

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Al-Kazemi will visit Iran next Sunday

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Baghdad - Mawazine News
, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi is scheduled to visit, next Sunday, the Iranian capital, Tehran.
A government source said in an interview with "Mawazine News" that "Al-Kazemi will visit Iran next Sunday."
He added, "Al-Kazemi will be accompanied by a ministerial delegation." Ended 29 / h

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Prior to his visit to Tehran.. Al-Kazemi doubles entry features for Iranian visitors
  
{Local: Al Furat News} An informed source told Middle East News that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi presented 30,000 additional entry visas to Iranian visitors two days before his visit to Tehran.

Al-Kazemi is scheduled to visit Tehran next Sunday at the head of a high-level delegation.

The source in the Prime Minister's Office stated that "Al-Kazemi, in a procedure before his visit, provided another 30,000 visas to the Iranian people, in addition to the quota that the Supreme Committee for Health and National Safety in Iraq had previously set for the Islamic Republic of Iran."

And he indicated that "in view of the importance of the Islamic Republic of Iran for the Iraqi government and the inseparable friendship and unity between the two peoples, Al-Kazemi has granted another 30,000 visas to the friendly and neighborly Iranian people, in addition to the 30,000 previously announced visas."

It is worth noting that the forty march was officially launched last Monday from Ras Al-Bishah (the far south of the Al-Faw region in the Basra Governorate) under the slogan “From the sea to the sacrifice.”

And the Supreme Committee for Health and Safety decided this week to enter 30,000 visitors from Iran and 10,000 from the Gulf countries and the rest of the countries to perform the ceremonies of the Arbaeen visit and through flights exclusively.

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A government source reveals Al-Kazemi's agenda on his visit to Tehran
  
{Political: Al-Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will head to Tehran, next Sunday, on a visit during which he will meet with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi.

A source in the Council of Ministers told AFP today, Friday, that the visit reviews the energy file between the two countries and Iranian-Saudi relations.
The expected meeting that brings together Al-Kazemi and Raisi will be the first since the latter took over the presidency of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the beginning of last August.
The visit comes a month before the date of the early legislative elections in Iraq, which are scheduled for the tenth of next month.
The source said that during his visit to Tehran, Al-Kazemi will discuss issues of "security, energy, and relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran."
Iraq and Iran have close relations at the official level, as well as developed relations with Saudi Arabia.
According to the government source, during the meeting, the file of the tense relations between Riyadh and Tehran will be discussed, amid Iraq's efforts to play the role of mediator after it was the scene of closed meetings between the two parties.
Al-Kazemi's government had succeeded in gathering diplomats from the two countries during a conference held at the end of last August in Baghdad.
It is expected that the issue of granting entry visas to Iranian pilgrims coming to Iraq to visit the holy shrines in Najaf and Karbala will be discussed during the visit, according to the same source.
Yesterday, Thursday, Al-Kazemi announced an increase in the number of foreign visitors to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) at the end of this month.
And 60,000 Iranian visitors will be able to visit Karbala, after only 30,000 were allowed.
Since last year, the number of visas has decreased due to the Corona pandemic.

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Shafaq News/ The prominent Iraqi politician, former MP Mithal Al-Alusi, sent today, Saturday, a letter to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, regarding his visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran, tomorrow, Sunday.

Al-Alusi told Shafaq News Agency, "The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, should courageously and directly request Iran to stop its support for armed militias, which threaten the Iraqi state and pose a real threat to the expected Iraqi electoral process, especially since these militias will work to manipulate the results of the elections." Elections through the force of uncontrolled arms in the majority of Iraqi cities."

And he indicated that "Al-Kazemi is also required to inform Iran to stop its attacks that have been going on for days on Iraqi lands (Kurdistan region). This represents a blatant violation of Iraq's sovereignty, as well as creates security and political problems, and Tehran must stop these attacks, which it wants by creating an opportunity for it to be in the lands." Iraq in a military and security way is more frank than now." 

The prominent Iraqi politician added; "The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, must strongly demand from Iran not to use Iraqi lands for aggression against Iraq's neighboring countries."

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The attacks happened one day before PM Al-Kazemi visit to Iran.

 

“The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, should courageously and directly request Iran to stop its support for armed militias, which threaten the Iraqi state and pose a real threat to the expected Iraqi electoral process, especially since these militias will work to manipulate the results of the elections." Elections through the force of uncontrolled arms in the majority of Iraqi cities."

 

Go Iraq 

Go elections 

Go freedom 

 

 

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Today, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi affirmed Iraq's desire to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of inter-partnership with Iran.

 

Al-Kazemi's office said in a statement, received by Alsumaria News, that the latter "presided over and President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ibrahim Raisi, the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations, which was held today, Sunday, in the Iranian capital, Tehran."
 
 

Al-Kazemi renewed, according to the statement, "congratulations to my president's success in assuming his duties, and his government's wishes for payment and success, stressing that the renewal of his visit to Iran shows the importance that Iraq attaches to strengthening cooperation between the two countries, and its aspiration to consolidate bilateral partnership."

He explained, "A number of strong ties and relations in various fields unite Iraq with its neighbor Iran, and that there is a desire to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of inter-partnership," noting that "Iraq is seeking to take important steps regarding financial commitments to Iran, and Kerry Shatt operations." Arabs".
 

Al-Kazemi revealed, “Iraq’s intention to take a decision to lift the condition of obtaining entry visas in advance in front of Iranian visitors coming through airports, after the end of the ceremony commemorating the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), indicating that the Iraqi government agencies are doing their best to make this occasion a success and facilitation.” In front of the participants coming from all Islamic countries.

In turn, the Iranian president valued "Al-Kazemi's step in facilitating the entry of Iranian visitors participating in the commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), as well as the bilateral efforts made to accelerate the rail link between the two countries."

Raisi affirmed his government's desire to strengthen economic and trade relations with Iraq, as it places this endeavor among its priorities, recalling that the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that a strong and capable Iraq will serve the region, as well as in the interest of positive relations between the two countries.
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Sunday, September 12, 2021 4:17 PM

Baghdad / National News Center

Today, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed that Iraq is seeking to take important steps regarding financial commitments to Iran, while the latter showed strengthening economic and trade relations with Iraq.

The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement received by the "National News Center", that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ibrahim Raisi, chaired the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations, which was held today, Sunday, in the Iranian capital, Tehran."

At the beginning of the meeting, Al-Kazemi renewed his congratulations to the president for “assuming his duties, and his government wishes for payment and success,” stressing that “the renewal of his visit to Iran shows the importance that Iraq attaches to strengthening cooperation between the two countries, and its aspiration to consolidate bilateral partnership.”

He explained that "a number of strong ties and relations in various fields unite Iraq with its neighbor Iran, and that there is a desire to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of inter-partnership."

During the meeting, the Prime Minister indicated that "Iraq is seeking to take important steps regarding financial commitments to Iran, and the Shatt al-Arab dredging operations."

Al-Kazemi revealed, “Iraq’s intention to take a decision to lift the condition of obtaining pre-entry visas for Iranian visitors coming through airports, after the end of the ceremony commemorating the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), indicating that “Iraqi government agencies are making every effort to succeed and facilitate this process.” The event is in front of the participants from all Islamic countries.

Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, for his part, praised "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's step in facilitating the entry of Iranian visitors participating in the commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), as well as the bilateral efforts made to accelerate the rail link between the two countries."

Raisi affirmed his government’s desire to “strengthen economic and trade relations with Iraq, as it places this endeavor among its priorities,” recalling that the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that “a strong and capable Iraq will serve the region, as it is in the interest of positive relations between the two countries.”

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Al-Kazemi and Raisi chair the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi chaired, on Sunday, the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations, which was held today in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

A statement by the Prime Minister’s Office, which Mawazine News received a copy of, stated that Al-Kazemi renewed, at the beginning of the meeting, congratulations to the president’s success in assuming his duties, and his government wishes for payment and success, and stressed that his renewed visit to Iran shows the importance that Iraq attaches to strengthening cooperation between the two countries, and its aspiration To consolidate the bilateral partnership.

He explained that a number of strong ties and relations in various fields unite Iraq with its neighbor Iran, and that there is a desire to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of inter-partnership.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister indicated that Iraq is seeking to take important steps regarding financial commitments to Iran, and the Shatt al-Arab dredging operations.

His Excellency also revealed Iraq's intention to take a decision to lift the condition of obtaining entry visas in advance for Iranian visitors coming through airports, after the ceremonies to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), and indicated that the Iraqi government agencies are making every effort to make this occasion a success and facilitation for Participants coming from all Islamic countries.

For his part, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi valued Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s step in facilitating the entry of Iranian visitors participating in the commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), as well as the bilateral efforts made to accelerate the rail link between the two countries.

Raisi stressed his government's desire to strengthen economic and trade relations with Iraq, which places this endeavor among its priorities, recalling that the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that a strong and capable Iraq will serve the region, as well as in the interest of positive relations between the two countries. Ended 29/R77

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Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi
  

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The Iranian ambassador to Iraq, Iraj Masjedi, announced his country's intention to establish the largest power station in Iraq, denying the existence of political motives behind the shortage of Iranian gas.

Masjedi said in a television interview broadcast by "Al-Sharqiya" channel and seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "we have good cooperation in the field of energy with Iraq, and in the summer season, when Iraq was suffering from the problem of securing electricity, we increased gas exports in order to increase the rate of its electric power production."

He added that "sometimes there are some technical problems in Iran's gas stations" that cause a shortage of Iranian gas supplies to Iraq, noting that "there are no political motives behind the decline in Iranian gas."

Masjedi confirmed that "Iran is working in full swing to establish the largest power plant in Iraq in Basra Governorate, with a capacity of 3,000 megawatts."

He pointed out that "the project will be implemented by the Buna Group", a group of Iranian companies participating in the development and implementation of thermal and renewable energy plants.

Today, Sunday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived at the head of a high-profile delegation to the capital, Tehran, and met Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi.

The Iraqi delegation will discuss several files, most notably, the file of repaying the Iranian debt, which amounts to 4 billion dollars and the Iranian funds seized in Iraq, trying to find solutions to the problem of importing Iranian gas, and discussing the issue of Iranian visitors entering Iraq, and opening the file of trade exchange between Iraq and Iran and the problems that occur at the ports frontier.

 
 
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The Prime Minister's Office issues a statement on the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations
  
 

The office said, in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi chaired, with the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ibrahim Raisi, the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations, which was held today, Sunday, in the Iranian capital, Tehran." 

The statement said, "At the beginning of the meeting, Al-Kazemi renewed congratulations to my president in assuming his duties, and to his government wishes for payment and success, stressing that the renewal of his visit to Iran shows the importance that Iraq attaches to strengthening cooperation between the two countries, and its aspiration to consolidate bilateral partnership." 

He explained that a number of strong ties and relations in various fields unite Iraq with its neighbor Iran, and that there is a desire to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of inter-partnership.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister indicated that Iraq is seeking to take important steps regarding financial commitments to Iran, and the Shatt al-Arab dredging operations. 

He also revealed Iraq's intention to take a decision to lift the condition of obtaining entry visas in advance for Iranian visitors coming through airports, after the completion of the commemoration ceremony for the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), and indicated that the Iraqi government agencies are making every effort to make this occasion a success and facilitation for the participants. Coming from all Islamic countries.

For his part, the Iranian President praised the step of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in facilitating the entry of Iranian visitors participating in the commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), as well as the bilateral efforts made to accelerate the rail link between the two countries.

Raisi stressed his government's desire to strengthen economic and trade relations with Iraq, which places this endeavor among its priorities, recalling that the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that a strong and capable Iraq will serve the region, as well as in the interest of positive relations between the two countries.

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Al-Kazemi: Iraq wants the best relations with all neighboring countries, and our position is firm on the relationship with Iran
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced Iraq's desire to establish the best relations with all neighboring countries.

Al-Kazemi said in a joint press conference with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, in Tehran: "We discussed with the Iranian president a set of bilateral files between the two countries, and my visit to Iran for the second time this year indicates the importance of the relationship and ties between the two countries."

"We discussed strategic economic projects, including the Shalamjah-Basra railway, and we also discussed trade exchange and ways to increase it," he added.

Al-Kazemi stressed that "Iraq wants the best relations with all neighboring countries and salvation from the consequences of the absurd wars and dictatorship, and the war against ISIS that befell Iraq."

He continued, "We record our thanks to everyone who supported Iraq against ISIS, and we extend our sincere thanks to Iran for its support for Iraq from the first moment against these oppressive groups, and Iraq has a firm stance towards relations with Iran."

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi stressed in statements from Tehran that Iraq has succeeded in playing a pivotal role in the region, by strengthening the strategic partnership in accordance with the principles of supporting stability, cooperation and friendship in order to consolidate the foundations of peace and prosperity.

 

Al-Kazemi's statements came during his meeting with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, as the two sides discussed joint files, during which they stressed the importance of strengthening bilateral relations and opening prospects for cooperation in various fields, especially trade and economics.

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi presided over the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations.

 

Al-Kazemi stated that Iraq desires to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of the inter-partnership with Iran, noting that his government is seeking to take important steps regarding Iraq's financial obligations to Iran, and the Shatt al-Arab dredging operations.

 

In turn, Raisi said that Iran believes that a strong and capable Iraq will serve the region, as well as the positive relations between the two countries.

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi also affirmed Iraq's quest to consolidate sustainable cooperation and partnership relations with Iran,

 

During his meeting with the Speaker of the Iranian Shura Council, Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, he stressed the need for openness to strengthening economic cooperation and interdependence in various fields, in a way that enhances the stability of the region and the communication of its peoples.

 

During the meeting, they discussed regional and international files of common interest and bilateral coordination in this regard, in a manner that secures further consolidation of security and stability, and opened the way for sustainable development, for the benefit of the Iraqi and Iranian peoples and other peoples of the region.

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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi discussed with the Secretary of the Iranian National Security Council Ali Shamkhani bilateral issues and the latest political and security developments in the region.

 

Shamkhani said that the countries of the region have already borne a lot of costs to end the American presence in it, calling on the countries of the region to engage in dialogue with each other without foreign interference.

 

The Secretary of the Supreme Council for National Security expressed his concern about the increasing movements of Kurdish armed opposition parties in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, noting that it is a source of concern and destabilizes the security of the two countries' borders, and stressed the need for immediate disarmament of these groups and their expulsion from Iraq.

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Iraqi PM becomes first foreign leader to meet Iran's Raisi

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IRAQI PRIME MINISTER Mustafa al-Kadhimi speaks in Tarmiyah, last year.  (photo credit: REUTERS)
IRAQI PRIME MINISTER Mustafa al-Kadhimi speaks in Tarmiyah, last year. 
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi became the first foreign leader on Sunday to visit and meet with Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi since the hardliner took office in August.

 
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi became the first foreign leader on Sunday to visit and meet with Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi since the hardliner took office in August.
 
Iraq has been trying to mediate between Tehran and its Gulf Arab foes, including Saudi Arabia, in the hope of stopping its neighbors settling scores on its territory.
 
Iraq has become the playground of rivalries between Iran on one side and the United States, Israel and Gulf Arab states on the other, with attacks against U.S. forces and assassinations of Iranian and Iraqi paramilitary leaders.
 
"I hope despite the aims of the enemies of the two countries, we will witness expansion of good relations between Iran and Iraq," Raisi said in a joint news conference in Tehran.
 
Raisi said Iraq had agreed to waive visas for Iranian pilgrims to Shi'ite holy sites in Iraq later this month on the occasion of Arbaeen marking the end of the 40-day mourning period for Imam Hussein, Prophet Mohammed's grandson.
 
"Decisions were also made about the two countries' financial issues that should be adopted," Raisi said, without elaborating.
Iran's President-elect Ebrahim Raisi gestures at a news conference in Tehran, Iran June 21, 2021.  (credit: MAJID ASGARIPOUR/WANA (WEST ASIA NEWS AGENCY) VIA REUTERS)Iran's President-elect Ebrahim Raisi gestures at a news conference in Tehran, Iran June 21, 2021. (credit: MAJID ASGARIPOUR/WANA (WEST ASIA NEWS AGENCY) VIA REUTERS)
 
Iraq relies on Iranian gas and electricity, but imports have been irregular recently due to outstanding payments.
 
Iran's state gas company said late last year that it had slashed supplies to Iraq over more than $6 billion arrears, placing Baghdad and other cities at risk of power shortages.
 
Iraq's electricity ministry said last month that Iranian gas supplied to the central region was reduced from 3 million to 2 million cubic meters per day, while to the southern region it was reduced from 17 million to 5 million cubic meters per day.
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A political analyst clarifies the importance of Al-Kazemi's visit to Iran and considers it "landmark"
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} The political analyst, Hadi Afqi, explained, on Sunday, the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi at the head of a high-level delegation to Iran.
 

Afqi told Al Furat News: "We are very optimistic about this visit, which is the first working visit in which Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi will meet with a first-class figure in Iraq and his accompanying delegation, and it will reduce many outstanding economic issues."
He added: "This visit will be pivotal and will identify and approve many outstanding issues and the broad prospects that these agreements witness after the visit ends. There are economic, security, political, commercial and technical files on the issue of energy, transportation and religious tourism."
And Afqi said: "Al-Kazemi's visit to Iran confirms the true will between the two countries, and Raisi's statements in the press conference say what I hear, and the hopes and events that he drew are unparalleled with their broad titles, and evidence that Iraq began to regain its position in the region."
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, heading a large ministerial delegation, arrived in the capital, Tehran, on Sunday.
During the visit, he met with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi and his first deputy, Muhammad Mokhber, and Al-Kazemi also met with the Speaker of the Iranian Shura Council, Muhammad Baqir Qalibaf.
According to Al-Kazemi's statement, the visit aims to strengthen bilateral relations, open up prospects for cooperation in various fields, and focus on the depth of the relationship between the two friendly countries.

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Iraqi Prime Minister: We seek to expand trade and economic exchange with Iran

Iraqi Prime Minister: We seek to expand trade and economic exchange with Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi's meeting with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi
 

Mubasher: The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the Iranian President, Ibrahim Raisi, chaired the expanded meeting between the Iraqi and Iranian delegations, which was held today, Sunday, in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

 

Al-Kazemi revealed, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's Media Office, that there is a desire to expand trade and economic exchange and all aspects of the inter-partnership.

Al-Kazemi indicated, during the meeting, that Iraq is seeking to take important steps regarding financial commitments to Iran, and the Shatt al-Arab dredging operations.

The Prime Minister indicated that Iraq intends to take a decision to lift the condition of obtaining entry visas in advance for Iranian visitors arriving through airports.

For his part, the Iranian president affirmed his government's desire to strengthen economic and trade relations with Iraq, as it places this endeavor among its priorities.

Raisi pointed out that Iran believes that a strong and capable Iraq will serve the region, as well as the positive relations between the two countries .

On Sunday morning, the Iraqi Prime Minister arrived in Iran on an official visit at the head of a government delegation ; At the invitation of the Iranian President, Ebrahim Raisi.

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Tehran calls on Baghdad to defeat "terrorist organizations" from northern Iraq

The Secretary-General of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, said that terrorist organizations in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq are a matter of concern for security on the common borders.

12.09.2021
 

Tehran calls on Baghdad to defeat "terrorist organizations" from northern Iraq
 

 
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Tehran / Muhammad Qorshun / Anatolia

The Secretary-General of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, called on Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi to defeat "terrorist organizations" engaged in an armed conflict against Tehran from northern Iraq.

During a meeting held on Sunday with Al-Kazemi, who is on an official one-day visit to the capital, Tehran, Shamkhani pointed to the need to disarm "terrorist organizations" and defeat them from the northern region of Iraq.

According to the official Iranian "IRNA" agency, Shamkhani considered that "the increasing movements by terrorist organizations in the Kurdistan region of Iraq are a source of concern for security on the common borders."

Shamkhani criticized what he considered "the complicity of some bargaining countries in the region with the Zionist entity."

He pointed out that "the occupation of Afghan lands, which lasted 20 years by the American forces, has proven that Washington's interventions in the affairs of the region will only lead to insecurity and great material and moral losses to the regional peoples."

In turn, Al-Kazemi affirmed his country's readiness to exert its political and security capabilities to strengthen cooperation with the countries of the region and eliminate misunderstandings that lead to instability.

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Today, Sunday, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi stressed the need for political and legal follow-up to the issue of the assassination of the late Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani, and the deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Forces, Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, in the human rights and international community.

 

 

Ibrahim Raisi

 

Raisi, when receiving Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, referred to the Baghdad conference, and said that "the Islamic Republic of Iran supports Iraq's regional role, and it is in the process of playing a pivotal role with Iraq and other neighboring countries to establish security in the region without the interference of foreign powers," according to the " News Agency ". Persia "Iranian.

He stressed that "the presence of foreign forces, especially the American ones, in the region in any of their countries disturbs security and stability at the regional level, and is not in the interest of the countries of the region," stressing the need to implement the law approved by the Iraqi parliament.

The head of the Iranian delegation to the Fifth Meeting of Speakers of World Parliaments in Vienna, MP Ahmad Naderi, said that the behavior of world powers in the fight against Corona is unfair and contrary to the spirit of democracy. IRNA quoted Naderi as saying that the late General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, was a victim of endless American violence .

Tensions escalated between Washington and Tehran, after the Pentagon announced, at dawn on Friday, January 3, 2020, an air strike near Baghdad International Airport, which resulted in the killing of the commander of the Quds Force  of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis. , Deputy Chairman of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Authority, and others.

On January 8, Iran launched  a missile attack on two military bases in Iraq , one of which is the Ain al-Assad base, which includes about 1,500 American soldiers, stressing that "it has a lot of information about the attack on the Ain al-Assad base, but it prefers that the Americans admit the size of the loss." received as a result of the Iranian attack.

 

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In pictures.. Al-Kazemi returns to Baghdad at the conclusion of his visit to Iran and the shrine of Imam Reza (peace be upon him).
 

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{Political: Al-Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi concluded his visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran and returned to the capital, Baghdad, at dawn today, Monday.

Al-Kazemi had the honor of visiting the shrine of Imam Ali bin Musa Al-Ridha, peace be upon him, in the holy city of Mashhad, at the conclusion of his one-day visit to Iran (on Sunday).

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