Baghdad (IP)- Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia' Al Sudani met with the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mohammad Kazem Al-Sadegh to Baghdad and discussed bilateral cooperation.

Iran Press/ West Asia: The two sides have discussed bilateral relations and ways to strengthen and expand cooperation in all fields on Sunday.

In the meeting, al-Sudani emphasized that the Iraqi government is willing to expand relations with all countries in the region and is working towards plans that will bring regional and international stability.

The strategic relations between Iran and Iraq are extensive in various political, security, military, commercial and cultural fields, and the will of the top leaders of the two countries is to improve the level of cooperation and bilateral interactions.


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