[size=52]Fouad Hussein: The Foreign Ministers of Saudi Arabia and Iran will meet soon in Baghdad[/size]
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[size=45]Fouad Hussein: The Foreign Ministers of Saudi Arabia and Iran will meet soon in Baghdad[/size]
Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein said that the next meeting between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Iran in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, will be public.
Fouad Hussein said in a statement that "five meetings were held between Saudi Arabia and Iran on the security level," noting that "the Saudi crown prince asked us to host the meeting of the Saudi foreign minister with his Iranian counterpart in Baghdad."
Hussein added: "We are currently busy and we will set a date for a public meeting between the foreign ministers of the two countries in Baghdad in Baghdad," noting that "the meetings that were secret and at the security level will become public with Iraqi mediation, and that the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia and Iran will meet in Baghdad."
It is noteworthy that, after six years of severing diplomatic relations between them, Tehran and Riyadh resumed their dialogue in Baghdad last April.
Saudi Arabia severed relations with Iran in January 2016, after its embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad were attacked by protesters over Riyadh's execution of the Saudi opposition Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr.
Dialogue sessions between the two countries began in April 2021, facilitated by Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, who has new relations with the two sides.
In March, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian welcomed the statements of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman regarding the neighboring relations between the Kingdom and Iran, considering that they showed Riyadh's desire to resume diplomatic relations with Tehran.
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