Tehran, Jan 5 (Prensa Latina) Iran and Iraq are moving towards the revision of previous agreements to strengthen bilateral ties in various sectors of cooperation, on the basis of common interests, a statement released here reports.
The note refers to the meeting of the last few hours between the president of the Arab country, Abdul Latif Rashid, and the Iranian ambassador in Baghdad, Mohamad Sadeq Al Kazem, in which they prioritized ways to enhance collaboration between the two neighboring states in various fields.
‘The historical relations between the Republic of Iraq and the Islamic Republic of Iran were reviewed and the need to develop and expand the horizons of constructive bilateral cooperation was emphasized,’ the text reflects.
The Iranian diplomat stressed Tehran’s willingness to continue cooperation with Baghdad and promote bilateral relations in all fields in line with the interests of the two friendly countries. Iraqi Prime Minister Muhamad Shia al-Sudani traveled late last November to Tehran and met with the Persian country’s high-ranking authorities in order to strengthen Baghdad-Tehran ties.
Source: Prensa Latina