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2022-06-26 | 09:06
Iraq and Iran agree on a set of files
 
 
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Today, Sunday, Iraq and Iran agreed to support the armistice in Yemen and calm in the region, while they discussed the rail link project between Basra - Shalamcheh and accelerating its implementation.

In a press conference with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, in Tehran, Al-Kazemi said that he agreed with Raisi to support the armistice in Yemen, calm in the region, and overcome food security challenges.

He added, "We agreed to enhance bilateral cooperation between Iraq and Iran, and we also discussed the challenges of the region and joint cooperation."
 
 

In this context, Raisi indicated that "the relations between Tehran and Baghdad are deep and there is a will to develop them," adding that "the closest relations between our neighbors are the relations of Iraq and Iran in various fields."

And he indicated that "the rail link project between Basra - Shalamcheh and accelerating its implementation was discussed," noting that "Iraq has taken steps to facilitate the arrival of Iranian visitors to the holy shrines, and it was agreed to provide greater facilities."

Raisi stressed the need to "launch a dialogue between the countries of the region to settle their problems," adding that "the steps of normalization will not bring security to the Zionist entity."
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The Prime Minister of Iraq is in Iran after his visit to Saudi Arabia
About a month before Biden's visit to the region, and amid talks about the return of negotiations between Riyadh and Tehran
 The Independent Arabia and agencies  Sunday 26 June 2022 15:57
 

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The Iranian President received the Prime Minister of Iraq on his one-day visit, during which he will meet with senior officials in Tehran (AFP)

 

After concluding a visit to Saudi Arabia, this morning, Sunday, June 26, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi , arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran .

 

On his one-day visit, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi Al-Kazemi received, during which he will meet with senior Iranian officials.

 

Iranian state television said, "The Iraqi prime minister arrived in Tehran accompanied by a high-level delegation that includes political and economic officials to discuss regional and bilateral issues."

 

Yesterday, Saturday, Al-Kazemi held talks with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Jeddah. The Saudi Press Agency said that the talks included relations between the two countries and the promotion of security and peace in the region.

 

The visit comes amid talks about the return of Saudi-Iranian negotiations via an Iraqi woman. And about a month before the Jeddah summit, which US President Joe Biden will attend , and Iraq will participate in it.

 

And press reports indicated that "the visit comes within the framework of the consultations that Saudi Arabia and Iran recently held in Baghdad," and pointed out that "Al-Kazemi will discuss many files, including diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia."

 

Exploration of pacification efforts

 

For his part, Al-Kazemi's media office said that the meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and the importance of developing them to achieve the interests of the peoples of the two brotherly countries. Efforts to consolidate peace and calm in the region.

 

The office pointed out, through its account on "Twitter", that the meeting renewed "the affirmation of strengthening economic integration and inter-cooperation in a way that enhances sustainable development in the region and strengthens bilateral efforts to confront economic crises."

 

The two sides stressed, according to Baghdad's account, "the prominent role of Iraq in bringing the views of the region closer, and pushing forward the efforts of calm and constructive dialogues," referring to the talks between Riyadh and Tehran, which witnessed several rounds mediated by the Iraqi side.

 

The Iraqi prime minister followed the talks by performing the rites of Umrah in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, before returning to Jeddah, where the Saudis bid him farewell, at dawn today, after a rich official reception.

 

previous visit

 

Al-Kazemi visited Saudi Arabia on March 31, 2021. He said at the time, "It is to consolidate the distinguished relations between our two brotherly countries, and to establish prospects for brotherly cooperation between the countries of the region." Subsequently, the two countries signed several economic and security agreements.

 

Following a meeting that lasted for several hours with the Saudi crown prince, according to several aides to the Iraqi prime minister, Al-Kazemi told reporters, "We will not allow any attack on Saudi Arabia," adding, "As for attacks from Iraq, there were no attacks." And he considered that "there are attempts by some to level accusations to damage relations."

 

Al-Kazemi’s visit to Riyadh was preceded by the reopening of the Arar border crossing between the two countries in November for the first time since it was closed in 1990 following the Iraqi attack on Kuwait under Saddam Hussein, and it was not officially opened except during the Hajj seasons.

 

Saudi-Iranian talks

 

In April, an Iraqi government official told the French press agency that Iran and Saudi Arabia had resumed dialogue sessions in Baghdad after a hiatus for several months, by holding a meeting between representatives of the two capitals as part of efforts aimed at improving the severed relations between them.

 

During the past year, the largest countries in the Middle East held four dialogue meetings with the aim of improving relations, hosted by Iraq under the supervision of Al-Kazemi. Saudi Arabia cut ties with Iran in January 2016, after its embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad were attacked by Iranian protesters.

 

A visit to a Saudi official

 

In May 2021, Saudi Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khaled bin Salman went to Iraq and met President Barham Salih. After the visit, Prince Khalid bin Salman wrote on Twitter, "During my visit to Iraq, I reviewed brotherly relations and what is being done to advance it," adding, "I met Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi, and Iraqi Defense Minister Jumaa Inad Al-Jubouri, The meetings discussed prospects for cooperation and coordination between our two countries, and the ties that bring them together.

 

That visit, according to Saleh, was preceded by several meetings between the Saudis and the Iranians in Baghdad. An Iraqi diplomat in Baghdad indicated that these talks are accompanied by regional talks on a larger scale.

 

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Will Iraqi mediation succeed?

And Iraq, which will participate in the Jeddah summit next month, has good relations with neighboring countries, especially Saudi Arabia.

 

According to observers, the truce between Saudi Arabia and Iran would benefit Iraq, which is still witnessing attacks with missiles or explosive devices, implemented on a weekly basis by factions that are considered a card in Iran's hand that they use in all negotiations with Baghdad, according to Iraqi officials.

 

Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia increased in 2019 after an attack on Saudi oil facilities that Riyadh said Iran was responsible for, a charge Tehran denies.

An Iranian official told Reuters, "The resumption of talks between Tehran and Riyadh will be discussed during Al-Kazemi's visit to Iran."

 

Breaking the deadlock between America and Iran

 

Al-Kazemi's visit to Tehran comes while the months-long stalemate in indirect talks between the United States and Iran is expected to be broken in the coming days to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement that imposed restrictions on the Iranian nuclear program in exchange for easing economic sanctions imposed on Tehran.

 

US President Joe Biden is due to visit Riyadh in mid-July, and talks are expected to include concerns about Gulf security stemming from Iran's ballistic missile program and Tehran's network of proxies in the Middle East.

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 2022-06-26 09:14
 

Shafaq News/ On Sunday, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced a number of agreements with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, including calm in the region.

"We agreed to support the truce in Yemen, and we agreed to overcome food security challenges in the region," Al-Kazemi said in a joint press conference with Raisi in the Iranian capital, Tehran, followed by Shafak News Agency.

He added, "We agreed to enhance bilateral cooperation between Iraq and Iran, and we discussed the challenges of the region and joint cooperation."

For his part, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi said, "The relations between Tehran and Baghdad are deep and there is a will to develop them, and the closest relations between our neighbors is the relationship of Iraq and Iran in various fields."

He explained, "We discussed strengthening relations between Iraq and Iran, and discussed the rail link project between Basra and Shalamcheh and accelerating its completion."

Raisi pointed out that "Iraq has taken steps to facilitate Iranian visitors to the holy shrines, and we have agreed to provide greater facilities."

He continued, "We agreed to facilitate banking relations between the two countries, and we stressed the need to launch a dialogue between the countries of the region to settle their problems," and pointed out "the need for the continuation of the truce in Yemen and the existence of a Yemeni-Yemeni dialogue to end the crisis."

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The Iraqi prime minister visits Tehran after Jeddah in an effort to revive talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran

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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi arrived in Tehran on Sunday, a day after a visit to Saudi Arabia in an effort to revive talks between the kingdom and its regional foe, Iran. Al-Kazemi's visit to Tehran also comes amid expectations of breaking the months-long stalemate in indirect talks between the United States and Iran in the coming days to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement.

 

One day after a visit to Jeddah during which he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman , Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi began Sunday a visit to Tehran in an effort to revive talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran .

Iran and Saudi Arabia cut ties in 2016, and both support allies in proxy wars across the Middle East from Yemen to Syria and elsewhere.

"The Iraqi prime minister arrived in Tehran, accompanied by a high-level delegation that includes political and economic officials, to discuss regional and bilateral issues," Iranian state television said.

Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia increased in 2019 after an attack on Saudi oil facilities, for which Riyadh said Iran was responsible, a charge Tehran denies.

An Iranian official told Reuters that "the resumption of talks between Tehran and Riyadh will be discussed during Al-Kazemi's visit to Iran."

stalemate

Al-Kazemi's visit to Tehran comes amid expectations of breaking the months-long stalemate in indirect talks between the United States and Iran in the coming days to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement that imposed restrictions on the Iranian nuclear program in exchange for easing economic sanctions imposed on Tehran.

US President Joe Biden is due to visit Riyadh in mid-July, and talks are expected to include concerns about Gulf security stemming from Iran's ballistic missile program and Tehran's network of proxies in the Middle East.

The fifth round of Saudi-Iranian talks was held in April after Iran suspended negotiations in March without giving a reason, but the action came after Saudi Arabia executed 81 men, in the largest collective execution of punishment in decades. Tehran condemned the execution, which activists said included 41 Shiites.

Al-Kazemi held talks yesterday, Saturday, with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, the de facto ruler of the kingdom, Prince Muhammad bin Salman in Jeddah.

The Saudi Press Agency said that the talks included relations between the two countries and the promotion of security and peace in the region.

FRANCE 24/Reuters

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1 hour ago, mally2 said:

It’s interesting that he’s doing these both on the same trip. Saudi (Sunni) and Iran (Shiite) cooperation with regional currency incoming? 

 

5 minutes ago, southbeach said:

That’s the GCC plan

 

Hopefully.  Kazemi seems more like a diplomat.  He will get this done if he stays as PM.  He is probably cutting deals which I don’t blame him.  Just RV your currency which is seemingly the goal.  

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Adviser to the Prime Minister clarifies the objectives of Al-Kazemi's visit to Saudi Arabia and Iran
 

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{Political: Al Furat News} An adviser to the Prime Minister clarified the objectives of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's visit to Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Hussein Allawi said in a press statement, "Al-Kazemi's visit to Saudi Arabia and Iran comes in light of the Al-Kazemi government's foreign policy approach to reducing escalation in the region and building an equation of stability and regional harmony."

He added that "working on the outcomes of the Saudi-Iranian dialogue has been a strategic goal for Iraq since the start of the dialogues between the two countries during April 2021 and reaching five rounds of dialogue produced a new path in Saudi-Iranian relations, and reached the transfer of dialogues from the administration and security representation to the expected political representation on the The level of foreign ministers between the two countries, and this is a regional achievement that counts for Iraq and the dialogue table that Baghdad was determined to pursue despite its difficulty, but Al-Kazemi’s ability to build bridges of confidence made more progress in dismantling the difference and proceeding with dialogue.

Allawi explained: "Therefore, we are now on the cusp of an important shift in Saudi-Iranian relations that will positively reflect on Iraqi national security, which is to proceed with arrangements for the return of normal Saudi-Iranian diplomatic relations during the coming stages, and thus looking at stability and regional harmony is a primary priority for Iraq for development and reconstruction." and the economy of Iraq and the countries of the region in the Gulf and the Middle East.

It is noteworthy that sources close to the Prime Minister’s office confirm that the real reason for Al-Kazemi’s visit to both Saudi Arabia and Iran last Saturday and Sunday comes in the context of the mediation efforts sponsored by Iraq between Riyadh and Tehran.

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Al-Kazemi meets with the Iranian Foreign Minister on the sidelines of his official visit to Tehran
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi held, on Sunday evening, a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian on the sidelines of his official visit to Tehran.
 

And his office said in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that: "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian, on the sidelines of his official visit to the Iranian capital, Tehran."

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Al-Kazemi meets with the first vice president of Iran
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met with the First Vice President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Muhammad Mokhber, on the sidelines of his official visit to the capital, Tehran.

Al-Kazemi had arrived this morning in Tehran from Saudi Arabia.

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Political analyst: Iraq's role has gone beyond the mediation between Iran and Saudi Arabia and included the Yemen armistice
  
{Politics: Al Furat News} The Iranian political analyst, Hadi Afqi, confirmed today, Sunday, that Iraq's role went beyond the mediation between Iran and Saudi Arabia and included the truce in Yemen.
 

Afqi told Al-Furat News that: "It is not possible to deny the independent and strong role of Iraq, according to Iran's position on the site of Iraq, especially with regard to the recent mediation hosted by Baghdad between Iran and Saudi Arabia."  
He added, "I imagine there are good omens during the joint press conference between Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi. Perhaps this visit will be crowned with success when the two countries exchange embassies and restore water to its natural course."
And Afqi, "Iraq's important role is not only at the level of mediation between Iran and Saudi Arabia, but in many of the region's files, including reliance on calm, cooperation and consultation without foreign interference." 
He pointed to the statements of Iran and Saudi Arabia during the economic meeting in Davos to re-develop relations between the two countries, and everyone is waiting for how relations will return to normal, embassies will be opened, and ambassadors will be exchanged. in this convergence.
Afqi continued, "The issue of calm does not include Syria and Iran, but also Yemen, because of its very great importance, and the Iraqi and Iranian parties urged focus on the Yemen file and an end to the war," concluding, "Iran and Iraq's approach to the issue of political dialogue in the region is very important." 
Al-Kazemi had visited the Saudi city of Jeddah, during which he met Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and discussed a number of issues, including Iraq's "prominent" role in bringing the views of the countries of the region closer. According to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office.
While Al-Kazemi arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran, today, Sunday, from Saudi Arabia, he met Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian, and First Vice President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Muhammad Mokhber, on the sidelines of his official visit to Tehran. 

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Iranian Foreign Minister Al-Kazemi: We welcome the reopening of embassies in Tehran and Riyadh
  
{Political: Al-Furat News} Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdollahian, when meeting with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation in Tehran, valued "the Iraqi government's constructive role in regional equations and its efforts to make the dialogues between Iran and Saudi Arabia a success."

"The Islamic Republic does not want anything but good for the region and welcomes the opening of embassies in Tehran and Riyadh," Abdullahian said during the meeting.
He affirmed, "Tehran's support for the continuation of the ceasefire in Yemen and the end of the siege," noting that "there are many common denominators between Iran and Egypt, and strengthening relations between them will be in the interest of the region."

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Al-Kazemi returns to Baghdad after concluding his official visit to Saudi Arabia and Iran
 

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{Political: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi concluded, on Sunday evening, his official visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran, to which he arrived from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

 Al-Kazemi had arrived in the Saudi city of Jeddah on Saturday evening, and he was received by the Crown Prince of the Kingdom, Prince Muhammad bin Salman Al Saud, where they held a meeting in which they discussed ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries, enhance economic integration, and discuss a number of files with a regional dimension. 

The meeting witnessed an affirmation of Iraq's prominent role in the region, its efforts in calming and constructive dialogues.

The Prime Minister performed the rites of Umrah to the Sacred House of God in Makkah Al-Mukarramah.

After concluding his visit to the Kingdom, the Prime Minister headed to the Islamic Republic of Iran on Sunday afternoon and was received by Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi.

After the official reception ceremony, the two sides held a meeting in which they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and joint cooperation in various fields. They also discussed a number of basic issues of common interest, especially with regard to the regional situation, where it was emphasized that support for the armistice in Yemen and the strengthening of efforts to stop the war and establish Peace there, and a peaceful solution to the crisis in Yemen.

The role of Iraq in the region and its efforts in consolidating peace, in a way that enhances its regional and international standing, was also commended.

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Iran: Al-Kazemi conveyed to us points from Saudi Arabia regarding bilateral talks
  
{International: Al Furat News} The Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi conveyed to it "points" from Saudi Arabia regarding the bilateral talks between the two countries.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatib Azadeh said in his weekly press conference: "The Iraqi prime minister conveyed to us points from Saudi Arabia regarding bilateral talks," noting that "Saudi Arabia is ready to continue negotiations at the diplomatic level."

He revealed, "The resumption of talks with Saudi Arabia soon in Baghdad."

"We will announce within hours the place and time of resuming the nuclear talks, which will be in a Gulf state," Zadeh said.

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Al-Kazemi: The government is determined to quickly implement the agreements with Iran, and obstacles will soon be removed for its visitors
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi announced the Iraqi government's intention to implement agreements with Iran quickly.

And the Iranian news agency (IRNA) published what happened between Al-Kazemi and the Iranian First Vice President, Muhammad Mokhber, during the first visit to Tehran yesterday, during which he referred to the many historical, religious and cultural commonalities between Iran and Iraq, saying that there are great areas and projects for cooperation between the two countries, stressing the abundant determination of the Iraqi government to implement Al -Kazemi
also noted the Iraqi government’s efforts to facilitate the issuance of visas for Iranian and Iraqi visitors, saying that the efforts of officials of the two countries will soon remove the obstacles that face visitors’ travel to the holy shrines, especially during the Arbaeen days, and Iranian visitors can easily and through different routes to religious places.

Mokhbar stressed the need to speed up the implementation of the agreements signed between Tehran and Baghdad, saying that Iran always seeks with all its energy to strengthen and strengthen relations with the Iraqi government.
Mokhber stressed during the meeting that the relations between Iran and Iraq are not limited to the neighborly relations and are very deep, adding that Iranian officials and the Iranian people attach importance to independence, prosperity, security and stability in Iraq.

Mokhber stressed that the enemies fear the rapprochement between the two governments and the Iranian and Iraqi peoples, saying that the two countries should beware of attempts by the enemies of the two peoples to drive a wedge and incitement.

He indicated that the conditions are ripe for cooperation between the two countries in the field of university education, the transport sector, the development of joint oil fields, energy, technical, engineering, medical and health services, saying that the development of rail, land and sea transportation is very important for the two countries.

Mokhber also praised the efforts made by the Iraqi Prime Minister and the Iraqi government to cancel entry visas by air and land between the two countries, saying that this important step for the Iraqi government can help in strengthening relations and increasing visits between the two peoples.

Mokhber also stressed the necessity of solving the problem of dust storms and discussing ways to solve this problem, saying that solving the issue of dust storms is one of the important economic and environmental concerns between the two countries.

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs discusses the outcomes of Al-Kazemi's visit with his Jordanian and Saudi counterparts
 

Baghdad - people  

On Monday, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed the outcomes of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's recent visit, with his Jordanian counterparts, Ayman Safadi, and Saudi Arabia's Prince Faisal bin Farhan.  

  

  

  

And the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that “Nass” received a copy of it (June 27, 2022), that “Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein made two phone calls with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman Safadi and his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan, and during the call, they discussed the development of relations at the bilateral level between the three countries, including It contributes to achieving more partnership opportunities and facing challenges, indicating the overall developments at the regional level and Iraq’s role in completing its constructive endeavors to enhance dialogue and continue coordination and cooperation.”  


Minister Fouad Hussein also referred, according to the statement, to "the most important outcomes of the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran, pointing to the path of open dialogue between the two sides and its importance at the region's level, which consecrates more stability and balance."  

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Experts: Tehran will ask Baghdad to mediate between it and Cairo
 

  

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Experts in the Iranian affairs expected the Iranian Republic to request "Iraq's mediation" to restore relations between it and Cairo, while indicating that the next step will be a meeting with the Iranian and Saudi foreign ministers in Iraq.  

  

  

The researcher on Iranian affairs, Saleh Al-Qazwini, said in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by "Nass" (June 28, 2022), that "the negotiations were launched before the government of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, and the talks and negotiations continued for more than a year, as they turned into public after they were secret." All this was thanks to Iraq and its government.  

  

He added, "If this matter indicates anything, it indicates the weight and position of Iraq in the two countries, Saudi Arabia and Iran, and their confidence in Iraq's prestige and importance, without which there would be no negotiations and rapprochement between the two countries."  

  

Al-Qazwini indicated that "there are several attempts made between Iran and Saudi Arabia by several countries, but they were not successful, after Saudi Arabia rejected all mediations, but agreed to mediate with Iraq."  

  

He continued, "Iran is very open and insists on the need to restore relations, especially since the policy of Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi is rapprochement and consolidation of relations with neighboring countries, and this happened when he went to a number of neighboring countries to conclude agreements with them, while some countries came to conclude agreements with Iran."   

  

He stressed that "the current president's policy is rapprochement, conclusion of agreements, consolidation and development of relations, and this is what he referred to in his first press conference after his election as Iran's president when he said we call for the restoration of relations and the first step is to open embassies."  

  

He pointed out that "Iran has no problem since the first day, and agreement on all files and ending and zeroing problems between the two countries, after that relations will return better than their return and something remains in the same two countries."  

  

 

  

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs reveals an Iraqi proposal to Saudi Arabia and Iran
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein revealed today, Thursday, the relations between his country and Saudi Arabia.

Hussein said in a televised interview, "Relations with Saudi Arabia are very good and constantly evolving."

He added that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's recent visit to Saudi Arabia dealt with trade relations between the two countries."

On the regional situation, the minister said that dialogues began in Baghdad between Jordan and Iran - Egypt and Iran," adding that "Iraq has proposed converting the dialogue between Riyadh and Tehran into an open dialogue."

He added, "Iran proposed the idea of establishing channels of communication with the Egyptians, and the Americans confirmed that the Gulf summit is for the benefit of the region," explaining that "Iraq will participate in the Gulf summit with Washington." 

He added that "Iraq's problems with Iran and Turkey will be resolved through dialogue," noting that whoever bombs Kurdistan wants to create a crisis between Baghdad and Erbil and within the region, noting that "the bombing of the Kurdistan region will stop temporarily." 

And he added, "Al-Kazemi's visit to Saudi Arabia discussed Iraqi sponsorship of a Saudi-Iranian dialogue, and there are separate dialogues in Baghdad between Jordan, Iran, Egypt and Iran, and that the visit raised the Saudi-Iranian dispute over Yemen." 

He expressed that "Iraq has proposed converting the dialogue between Riyadh and Tehran into a public dialogue, and that our foreign policy has succeeded and there is great support for Iraq from many countries," explaining, "We have seen Iranian seriousness regarding the ceasefire in Yemen, and we will play a pivotal role in relations between Tehran and Washington." 

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