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The Iranian ambassador comments on the news of Iraq’s mediation between his country and Saudi Arabia

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The Iranian ambassador comments on the news of Iraq’s mediation between his country and Saudi Arabia Empty The Iranian ambassador comments on the news of Iraq’s mediation between his country and Saudi Arabia

Post by rocky Tue 20 Apr 2021, 8:06 am

The Iranian ambassador comments on the news of Iraq’s mediation between his country and Saudi Arabia

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{Follow-up: Al-Furat News} The Iranian ambassador to Iraq said that the Islamic Republic supports Baghdad's mediation to bring Tehran closer to the countries with which some challenges have occurred, which led to a cooling in relations, and the Iraqi authorities were informed of this matter.
In an exclusive interview with the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), the two mosques described relations between Iran and Iraq as good and developing in various cultural and economic dimensions.
He also affirmed Iran's support for Iraq in developing its relations with the Arab world, especially with regard to Baghdad's mediation to remove tension between the countries of the region, stressing that Iran welcomes, supports and encourages any move aimed at developing relations of cooperation and rapprochement between Iraq and the Arab countries and neighboring countries.
On the other hand, the Iranian ambassador in Baghdad considered that "the presence of the American soldiers is not in the interest of Iraq and the region."
Masjedi indicated that "the file of the assassination of the two leaders Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis is being followed up by Iran and Iraq at the judicial, political and international levels."
The Saudi official press was quick to deny the information that was initially published by the British Financial Times newspaper.
On the other hand, a source close to the pro-Iranian circles in Iraq told the French Press Agency that "the Iranians chose not to comment out of respect for the Saudi position."
Earlier, Reuters quoted a senior Iranian official and two sources in the region as saying that Saudi and Iranian officials had held direct talks this month, in an attempt to ease tension between the two countries. The two sources added that the meeting focused on the files of Yemen and Lebanon.
According to Reuters, an Iranian official said that the meeting was held in Baghdad on the ninth of April, and it was at a low level to explore whether there is a way to ease the existing tension in the region.
The Iranian official indicated that the meeting was held at the request of Iraq, but it did not result in any breakthrough.
This came after the British "Financial Times" said that high-ranking officials from Saudi Arabia and Iran had held direct talks in an attempt to repair relations after five years of diplomatic estrangement. However, a Saudi official denied to the newspaper that any talks between the two sides had taken place.
The sources described the talks as "positive", stressing that it was agreed to hold a new round next week.
According to the report of the British newspaper, the Saudi delegation was headed by Khalid bin Ali Al-Humaidan, head of intelligence.
But the British newspaper said that a high-ranking Saudi official denied that there were any talks between his country and Iran.

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