Iranian interior minister to visit Iraq next week: official


 

Editor Mustafa Saad – Friday 11 August
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran’s interior minister Abdul Rida Rahmani Fadhli will visit Iraq next week to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Baghdad and Tehran on the planned 40-day visit, an Iranian official said on Friday.

“The interior ministers of Iran and Iraq will sign a memorandum of understanding next week to hold the 40th ceremony,” the official of the Central Committee of the 40th Al Husseini Majid Akababaei said, adding that “the document and memorandum of understanding on the establishment of the ceremony will be signed during the visit, The Iranian minister to Iraq next week. “

“If the Iraqi government has the necessary capabilities, facilities and infrastructure in the field of technical equipment and appropriate security conditions, the Khosravi border crossing between Iran and Iraq will receive visitors to the quartet as well as the Mehran crossings and its official border crossings between the two countries,” he added.

He added that “the creation of new mechanisms to accelerate the process of issuing visas at the Iraqi Embassy and its offices in the specific Iranian cities and completion of infrastructure in the border areas between the two countries and the adoption of coordinated policies between the Central Committee of the forty ceremonies Husseini and the Committee of the fortieth in Iraq and the special attention to cultural issues, Conditions of forty visitors this year. “

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