[size=36]Iranian delegation visits Baghdad after Eid holiday[/size]
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A senior Iraqi official disclosed on Thursday a visit by an Iranian delegation to Baghdad to discuss travel procedures.
He suggested that "an Iranian delegation will visit Baghdad after the Eid holiday to discuss the procedures of travel, including a proposal, since last year, has not been raised again between the two countries, including the adoption of a special travel form between Iraq and Iran in addition to the current passport, especially during the seasons of religious visits, "There is no indication in the passport whose mission will be to prove identity only when traveling, a new procedure that requires discussions to discuss details and controls."
He explained, "The Iranians want to develop the current procedure to include citizens of Arab and foreign countries who can go to Iraq and from there to Iran without the Iranian authorities stamp their passports, and that their countries will not be able to know their travel to Tehran, as Baghdad will be the last stop Taping them. "
He added, "Iranian religious bodies, especially those associated with the shrines in Qom, it is concerned, as the number of visitors from the Gulf and other Islamic countries decreased, and may be related to sanctions or restricting the Iranian seal in passports, which has become a problem for many countries." Ends 29/43