Baghdad voices readiness to help resumption of Tehran-Riyadh talks
Iraqi Foreign Minister has criticize the US over sparking tensions in the Middle East region stressing Baghdad’s readiness to help resuming the talks between Islamic Republic of Iran and Saudi Arabia.
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"Our relations with neighboring Iran are strong, and we, in fact, through many times, seek to restore Iranian-Persian Gulf relations," said Fuad Hussein on Sunday in an interview with the Bahraini Alwatannews about the impact of Iran-Iraq relations on the nature of relations with Bahrain and the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council states.
According to him, strengthening these relations will help the security of the region, and improving security at the regional level will strengthen the internal security of Iraq and other countries.
Elsewhere in his remarks, he emphasized that the tensions between Tehran and Washington during Trump's administration had a strong impact on Iraq's internal situation.
Criticizing Trump's policies towards Tehran, he added that Iraq did not agree with Trump's policies.
Regarding the negotiations between Tehran and Riyadh, he emphasized that whenever these two countries are ready to resume negotiations, Baghdad is ready to help in this regard.