[size=36]Under the supervision of Al-Kazemi .. a second round of Iranian-Saudi talks in Baghdad[/size]
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A former Iranian ambassador revealed, on Friday, the date of the second round of the Iranian-Saudi talks in the capital, Baghdad, while confirming that the round will be held with personal follow-up by the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The "Etimad Online" website quoted the former Iranian ambassador as saying that "the second round of the Saudi-Iranian talks will be held in the coming days, with a personal follow-up from Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi."
The ambassador said, "Studying Saudi allegations of Iran's support for the Houthis, and the situation in Lebanon, Iraq, Syria and Bahrain, and Riyadh's interference in the nuclear negotiations, will be one of the most important topics on the meeting's agenda."
He added, "The differences between the two countries are not few, and we need a lot of time to study those differences and find an objective solution to them."
On China's role in organizing the previous meeting between the two countries, the Iranian diplomat pointed out that "China had no role in arranging the meetings, and they were carried out at the request and follow-up of the Iraqi prime minister."
An informed Iraqi source confirmed to RT, last Tuesday, that "the first days of this month April witnessed a secret meeting between security officials and diplomats from Riyadh and Tehran in the capital Baghdad, and it was the beginning of serious negotiations between the two countries."
He said, "The meeting was characterized by very high secrecy, and its preparations were exclusively prepared by the Iraqi prime minister's office, without the interference of any other Iraqi party."
He stressed, "The details of the meeting were and are still confidential, but we can say that they are serious, and that there is a desire from the two countries, with Iraqi assistance, to end the tension, especially with regard to Yemen, and other files."
The source talked about the presence of information about a new meeting that Baghdad might host during the coming period. Ended 6/29 N