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Iran Condemns Attack on Its Consulate in Iraq’s Karbala

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has condemned the recent moves against Iran's Consulate General in the Iraqi city of Karbala, and highlighted the acts taken by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran to maintain the security of the country’s missions in Iraq.
Iran Says Regional States Must Avoid Meddling in Iraq

Iran Says Regional States Must Avoid Meddling in Iraq

Iran’s government spokesman has urged all regional states to avoid interfering in Iraq’s internal affairs, including the recent protests in the country.

Iran, Iraq Connect National Electricity Grids

Iran and Iraq have connected their national electricity grids in a ceremony with the participation of the Islamic Republic’s energy minister and the Iraqi deputy minister of electricity.
Alhadath fake photos of Lebanon Protests

Saudi Chanel Publishes Fake Photo to Provoke Anti-Iran Sentiments in Lebanon

Saudi Arabia's Al-Hadath TV has claimed in an anti-Iran move that the Lebanese people had been chanting slogans against the Islamic Republic of Iran, but facts on the ground reveal it’s just another piece of fake news.
Mahmood Vaezi Chief of staff of Iran President

Iranian Official Raps US, Israel, Saudis for Plots against Lebanon, Iraq

Iranian President’s Chief of Staff Mahmoud Vaezi has lashed out at the US, the Israeli regime and the Saudi kingdom for hatching plots against Lebanon and Iraq and sponsoring unrest in those two Arab countries.
Iran Leader Blames Western Spy Services for Chaos in Iraq, Lebanon

Iran Leader Blames Western Spy Services for Chaos in Iraq, Lebanon

Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the United States and Western intelligence services are creating chaos in regional states with the financial support of reactionary countries in the Middle East.

Foreign Ministry Urges Iranians to Delay Trips to Iraq amid Violence

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has called on Iranians not to travel to Iraq until further notice.
Iran Says Surprised by London Meeting on Tragic Plane Crash

Iran Deplores Violence in Iraq, Supports Public Demands

Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry has expressed deep regret at the escalation of violence that has killed and injured dozens of Iraqi people in the recent protests, reaffirming Tehran’s support for the Iraqi government, people, and public demands.

Iranian, Iraqi Foreign Ministers Meet in Baku

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has held talks with his Iraqi counterpart in the Azeri capital of Baku.

Iran’s Power Export to Iraq Hits Record High: Energy Minister

Iran’s energy minister says the country’s electricity export to the neighbouring countries especially Iraq has reached a record-high level.