Tehran (IP) - With the dispatch of three Iranian diplomats, the Iranian delegation to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will resume its activities in Jeddah after a six-year hiatus.

Iran PressIran News: Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian announced in a joint press conference with Iraqi Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein in Tehran on December 23, 2021, referring to Baghdad's role in holding four rounds of talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia: "Saudi Arabia has agreed to issue visas to three Iranian diplomats as diplomats based in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in the city of Jeddah."

Amir-Abdollahian also recently, in an interview with the Al-Jazeera news network, described the issuance of visas for Iranian diplomats to attend Jeddah as a positive and good sign.

Three diplomats have left for Jeddah in recent days and are scheduled to resume their activities in Jeddah and represent Iran in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation after six years.

The Iranian representative office in Jeddah was closed in 2015 following the severance of Iran and Saudi Arabia relations.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is the second intergovernmental organization after the United Nations, with 57 countries from different continents.

This organization has been created as the collective voice of the Islamic world and a guarantee to protect and uphold the interests of the Islamic world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony among the people of the world.


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