[size=30]Diplomatic source: "Bin Salman" will visit Iraq in one month to the maximum[/size]
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A Saudi diplomatic source said on Wednesday that Mohammed bin Salman would visit Iraq within a month, while noting that the Iraqi government's denial yesterday of that visit came so as not to say that the situation was the result of Iranian pressure.
"The Saudis have requested that the visit be postponed, but it will be received within a maximum period of one month," the source told Al-Akhbar newspaper. "The agreed program will include, in addition to meeting with officials, the opening of the Saudi embassy building in Baghdad, the consulate building in Najaf, The southern city of Basra, where he will open several projects, to be launched to the port of Arar border to be opened.
Bin Salman will lay the foundation for the construction of an international stadium in the capital Baghdad, as well as visiting holy shrines in Najaf and Karbala.
The source stressed that the aim of the visit is to "win the hearts of the Shiites" and to strike a strong blow to Iran, especially that Iraq is on the doors of the parliamentary elections, and that Tehran seeks to be the next president "loyal to it," while the aim of Riyadh to break up the popular incubator pro-Iranian allies in Iraq.
Bin Laden's visit to Baghdad has been highly reprehensible at the political, religious and popular levels because of the involvement of Saudis in Iraqi blood since 2003. Until now, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said that Saudi Arabia alone has sent more than 5,000 terrorists and suicide bombers to Iraq and carried out criminal operations that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. Innocent. C