Saudi Arabia is facilitating the granting of visas to Iraqis and is seeking to open consulates in Najaf and Basra[/ltr]
[ltr][rtl]Date of release: 2017/12/2 11:54[/rtl] • [rtl]3 times read[/rtl][/ltr]
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Saudi Arabia has instructed its embassy in Baghdad to facilitate the granting of entry visas to Iraqis wishing to visit the holy house of Allah and said it is seeking to open two consulates in Najaf and Basra.
"Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with his Saudi counterpart Adel al-Jubeir on the sidelines of the meetings of the Mediterranean Dialogue Forum Rome-Med 2017 in Rome," a foreign ministry statement said.
The two sides reviewed the bilateral relations between Baghdad and Riyadh, ways of strengthening them to achieve the interests of the two brotherly peoples, the need to exchange visits between the two countries' officials, and the importance of concerted efforts to ease tensions and crises facing the region. Region".
The statement quoted al-Jaafari as saying that "Iraq has achieved great victories against terrorist gangs and is now looking forward to stand up brotherly and friendly countries to contribute to the reconstruction of the infrastructure of Iraqi cities, calling for work among the countries of the region to find solutions to resolve the crises that plague the region and spread the spirit of Peace, security and cooperation ".
For his part, Adel al-Jubair said that "his country is serious in contributing to the reconstruction of Iraqi cities and increase the volume of investment, and also seeks to open consulates in Najaf and Basra, pointing out that the embassy was directed in Baghdad to facilitate the granting of visa features for Iraqis wishing to Hajj And the facilitation of procedures in the framework of enhancing cooperation between the two countries. "
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