October to 29 head of Iran’s judiciary, Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, said that the Islamic Republic of Iran to consider Iraq as a friendly and sister countries and always calls to an independent and unified Iraq.


 

 

Tehran / October

He said Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani on Saturday before leaving for Iraq to the ominous phenomenon of terrorism and the ugly and the need to handle and intellectual convergence between countries with common interests as a way to effectively combat this phenomenon.
He added that his visit to Iraq comes in response to an official invitation from the President of the Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq.
He said he will follow four memorandums of understanding important details about human rights and judicial Almaaddh and the transfer of prisoners and recovery of the governed.
He said he would meet during the visit by senior Iraqi officials to exchange views on bilateral relations and strengthen cooperation in the judicial and legal field.
And hold a meeting with the President and the Prime Minister and President of the House of Representatives in Iraq, apart from the head of Iran’s judiciary programs during this visit, will also visit the holy shrines in the holy cities of Karbala and Najaf, where scientists and religious references will meet in this city.
And accompanied by head of the judiciary during the visit a number of Iranian officials in the judicial field and Assistant Foreign Minister for Arab and African Alhwoon Gabri Hussain Ansari.
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