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Shafaq News / Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, accompanied by a government delegation, started on Tuesday an official visit to Iran.
Al-Kazemi’s visit comes one day after the visit of the Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif to the capital, Baghdad, and the city of Irbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Region, where he met with senior officials and political leaders in the two cities, and discussed with them a number of issues and ways to enhance bilateral relations.
Al-Kazemi’s media office said in a statement today that the visit includes a discussion of bilateral relations between the two neighboring countries, ways of enhancing them, and discussing issues related to cooperation and mechanisms for its development in a number of fields, as well as discussing developments of situations of mutual interest, on the regional and international arenas.
The statement added that during the visit, the Prime Minister will meet with a number of officials in Iran.
Al-Kazemi was due to visit Riyadh on Monday, but a health problem caused by the Saudi monarch postponed that visit to another time.