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Stating that, “In Iraq, we feel at home,” President said, “Relations between the two Iranian and Iraqi nations go back to thousands of years ago, and we are willing to further develop our religious, cultural, historical and regional relations”.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has awarded Iran’s highest military order, the Order of Zulfaqar, to IRGC Quds Force Commander Major General Qassem Soleimani.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif felicitated Major General Ghasem Soleimani for receiving the Order of Zulfaqar from the Islamic Revolution Leader.
Iran’s new chief justice, Hojjatoleslam Ebrahim Raeisi, has pledged a legal transformation to address the country’s changing priorities in the “second phase” of the Islamic Revolution.
Baghdad will spare no efforts to remove the barriers on the way of broadening cooperation with Iran, Iraqi President Salih Barham said Monday.
The two countries of Iran and Iraq are ready for boosting bilateral trade at the range of $20 billion.
Syrian Chargé d’affaires in Iran says the proposal of tariff reduction to zero for commodity exchanges between Iran and Syria are under examination in the joint economic commissions of the two countries, and Iran and Russia are in priority for Syria’s reconstruction.
President in a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart: Iran favours a secure, independent, developed Iraq
Presidents of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Iraq referred to the friendly, brotherly and developing relations between the two countries and stressed more efforts by the authorities to further deepen bilateral, regional and international Iran-Iraq relations.
Iran’s Ambassador to Syria Javad Torkabadi said President Hassan Rouhani may make an official visit to Damascus in the near future to hold talks with senior officials of the Arab country.
Those who falsely pretend to support the human rights have remained silent in face of killing Yemeni women and children and even kept selling arms to those who are committing the crimes, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday.