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Iran’s embassy in Baghdad says the land borders with Iraq has been opened to pilgrims seeking to take part in the Day of Arafat ceremonies at the holy shrines of the country.
Iranian Foreign minister, in a phone talk with his Iraqi counterpart, appreciated Iraqi officials’ efforts to facilitate Iranian Hajj pilgrims’ affairs, urging them to follow up on the issue.
The bodies of 35 Iranian martyrs of the 1980s Iraqi war against Iran have been retrieved from the neighboring country and brought back home after over three decades.
The Iranian president has reiterated that normalization of ties between Israel and some Arab countries will not bring security for the Zionist regime.
Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi is visiting Tehran at the head of a high-ranking delegation.
Senior Iraqi Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr roundly dismisses claims of Iranian “meddling” in the affairs of his country, saying the neighboring state never exerted any pressure on any Shia group in Iraq.
Iraq has made good on its promise to let Iranian pilgrims enter the country visa-free through the land border between the two countries.
The Iranian oil minister has announced that Iraq has paid $1.6 billion of its gas debt to the Islamic Republic.
Iraq’s Ministry of Electricity says it will settle its debts for 2020 gas purchases from Iran “within two days,” as part of measures to avoid a halt in the flow of much-needed gas into the Arab country.
The secretary of the Iranian Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Products Exporters Union has proposed replacement of Iraq with Turkey as the destination for Iranian natural gas exports.
Iran and Iraq have signed a memorandum of understanding to increase cooperation in the field of tourism. The MOU was signed after a meeting between Ezzatollah Zarghami Iranian minister of cultural heritage, tourism and handicrafts and Hassan Nadhem the Iraqi minister of culture, tourism and antiquities in Tehran.
Iraqi Interior Minister Othman al-Qanemi says Baghdad has agreed to let 2 thousand Iranian pilgrims enter Iraq visa-free through ground border crossings. Qanemi was speaking in Tehran on Tuesday where he met with his Iranian counterpart Ahmad Vahidi.
Mohammad Kazem Al-e Sadegh, Iran's new ambassador to Baghdad, has submitted his credentials to the Iraqi President Barham Saleh to start his mission in the neighboring country.
Flights to the Iraqi city of Najaf from Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport have resumed after a one-day delay.
Iran’s ambassador to Iraq has dismissed accusations that Iran is to blame for lower water-levels in common rivers with Iraq.
The head of the Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce says Baghdad will, in the coming days, resume the process of settling the debts owed to Tehran for its energy purchases, as part of an agreement newly reached between the two neighbors.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said on Wednesday that the new Iraqi parliament can play an effective role in the economic and social synergy of Iran and Iraq as before.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian says counterrevolutionary elements and those who support partition of Iran should not be allowed to find a safe haven in Iraq to threaten the Islamic Republic.
Speaker of Iran’s Parliament Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf says the country supports the Iraqi government and parliament and hopes to develop deep ties with Baghdad.
Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi has arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran, for talks with Iranian officials.
Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi says people still cannot travel between Iran and Iraq through land borders without visas.
The Iranian state-run newspaper Iran has in an editorial criticized the Iraqi government for failing to keep its word to waive visa for Iranian pilgrims willing to visit the Arab country’s religious sites.