Iran, Iraq defense ministers vow to broaden defense cooperation

General Hossein Dehghan

Tehran is determined to broaden relations with the Iraqi government in various defensive and security fields, said the Iranian defense minister in a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart.

Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan conferred on Monday with his Iraqi counterpart Khaled al-Obeidi on expansion of defense cooperation between the two countries.

Iran’s defense minister is currently on a visit to Iraq at the official invitation extended by his Iraqi counterpart.

On the first round of talks, Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan expressed satisfaction over the visit to Iraq and said that relations are very deeply rooted.

Referring to successful visit of Iraqi president to Tehran and his meeting with Iranian Supreme Leader and president, he said “We are here to show our firm determination to implement the agreements and help broaden mutual cooperation, remove challenges and the security crisis.”

Tehran is determined to broaden relations and cooperation with the Iraqi government in various defensive and security fields, said the Iranian defense minister.

Iran fully backs the Iraqi government and nation and spares no efforts to support them in their campaign against terrorism, he said.

He expressed hope that during the current visit to Iraq he and his hosts will be able to take concrete action to help eradicate Zionist-Takfiri and criminal terrorists.

He denounced Daesh terrorists as the root-cause of regional insecurities.

   
   

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