Publish date8 May 2024 - 10:09
Story Code : 634563

Iranian diplomat hails Tehran-Baghdad friendly ties

Iran’s ambassador to Iraq has hailed the friendly ties between the two neighboring countries and stressed regional, security and economic cooperation as three grounds for Tehran-Baghdad bilateral ties.
Iranian diplomat hails Tehran-Baghdad friendly ties

Mohammad Kazem Al-e Sadeq, made the remarks in a ceremony to welcome Hujjat-ul-Islam Hamid Shahriari, the Secretary General of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought and the delegation of Iranian Muslim clerics to Baghdad, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The Iranian cleric is visiting Iraq to attend the second regional Islamic unity conference organized by al-Rebat al-Mohammadi entitled “Al-Aqsa Flood, Issue and Identity”.
Iranian diplomat referred to Iraq as a strategic country in the region, the developments of which directly affecting regional countries.
He noted the developments in Iraq during the recent years including sectarian rifts, political issues and the presence of Daesh terrorist group in the country and said,” The present administration is supported by majority of Shia and Sunni groups and we are witness to its increasing popularity among the Iraqi nation.”
Al-e Sadeq also hailed the bilateral relations between Iran and Iraq and stressed,” Three principles boosting regional solidarity, enhancing security cooperation, its manifestation in cooperation in defeating Daesh, and also increasing economic cooperation to develop Iraq, are high on our agenda.”
Iranian diplomat also referred to the bilateral economic, scientific and cultural relations between the two countries and said expansion of bilateral relations will secure interests for both countries.
Iran’s ambassador to Iraq also referred to the current developments in Palestine and hailed the resistance fighters for their upper hand in the ongoing war against the occupying Israeli regime.
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