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Shafaq News/ The Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, and his accompanying delegation arrived, this morning, Wednesday, in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on an official visit.
Iranian media quoted Abdullahian's statements upon his arrival this morning in Baghdad, as saying that Iraq's restoration of its natural and active role in the region is satisfactory to Iran, explaining that his visit to Baghdad aims to follow up bilateral issues and continue consultations with Baghdad regarding important regional and international issues.
And he added, "There are close consultations between Tehran and senior Iraqi officials on important regional and international issues, and" we are in Baghdad today to complete these consultations.
The Iranian foreign minister added that the regional role of Iraq has become more prominent than ever, and that this visit coincides with the meeting of Arab parliaments in Iraq, which indicates Iraq's return to its natural role.
Abdullahian also indicated that the return of brotherly Iraq to its normal role in the region is a matter of satisfaction, given our excellent relations with Baghdad, and there are various issues on the agenda of this visit.
Amir Abdollahian was received at Baghdad airport by Deputy Foreign Minister Hisham Al-Alawi, some officials in the Iraqi Foreign Ministry and the Iraqi ambassador to Iran, upon an official invitation from the Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein.
During this visit, in addition to the official talks with his Iraqi counterpart, the Iranian foreign minister will meet with the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, the Speaker of Parliament, the President of the Supreme Judicial Council and the President of the Iraqi National Security Council to discuss relations between the two countries and regional cooperation.
Yesterday, Tuesday, informed political sources revealed to Shafaq News agency that Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian will visit the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, in the coming hours.
On Sunday, February 12, Iranian official media announced that the country's foreign minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, had received an official invitation from his Iraqi counterpart, Fuad Hussein, to visit Baghdad.
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