[size=36]Iranian official: Al-Kazemi seeks to gain Tehran's trust[/size]
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The Mehr News Agency reported that the head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Vahid Jalalzadeh, referred to the meeting of the Iraqi Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, saying: "The Iraqi prime minister was the first political official to visit Iran since taking over the thirteenth government in Iran, and this indicates The depth and breadth of Iranian-Iraqi relations.
Noting that the Iraqi Prime Minister's visit to the Islamic Republic came to congratulate the Iranian President, Hojjat al-Islam Sayyid Ibrahim Raisi, and to follow up on economic and political projects between Iran and Iraq, he said: "Al-Kazemi stated that his government seeks to implement all political, economic and security projects between Iran and Iraq, and to gain the trust of satisfaction of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Referring to Iraq's political determination to implement bilateral economic, political and security projects between the two countries, Jalalzadeh said that Al-Kazemi is seeking to gain Iran's confidence.
And Jalalzadeh continued: "In reference to the economic, political and security pressures that the Iraqi people have been subjected to in recent years, Al-Kazemi stressed not to forget the efforts and struggles of the Iranian people to support the Iraqi people." Ended 29/R77