Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will visit Baghdad on Saturday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said.
“The most important issues that will be discussed during the visit are the changes in the region and the role of the parties in building the efforts and tracks of balance, in addition to the bilateral relations between Iraq and the Islamic Republic of Iran,” Sahaf told the Sputnik news agency. .
“Zarif’s visit will not take more than one day, and the meetings will be comprehensive with officials in the Iraqi government,” he said.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif arrived in Pakistan Thursday evening for a two-day official visit to hold talks on bilateral issues, focusing on the growing tension between Iran and the United States.
On May 12, the Iranian foreign minister toured Turkmenistan, India, Japan and China to discuss ways to develop bilateral relations and exchange views on major regional and international issues, including the nuclear deal.