UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has expressed "deep concern" over attacks on Iranian diplomatic missions in the Iraqi cities of Najaf and Karbala.
The representative of Ayatollah Sistani, Grand Shia Source of Emulation in Iraq, said that the recent protests in the country are a good opportunity for the Iraqi authorities to fulfill people's demands.
Leaders of local Iraqi tribes in Karbala apologized to Iran for the recent attack on the Iranian consulate building.
Iran's top diplomat in the Iraqi city of Karbala said the situation was under control outside the Iranian mission in the city after an unknown crowd caused disorder outside the mission.
A group of unknown people gathered outside Iran's Consulate General in Karbala, Iraq on Sunday night.
The governor of Karbala province in Iraq, Nasif al-Khatabi, has said the enemies are trying to subvert peaceful protests in Karbala, deliberately targeting some of the protesters and instigating violence.
Iranian interior minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli sent a message to his Iraqi counterpart in which he had thanked the Iraqi nation and officials for their hospitality during Arbaeen rituals.
Millions of Hosseini Mourners on the day of Arbaeen from North to South and West to the East of Iran take to streets to mark Arbaeen.
Over 20 million pilgrims from around the world, including a record number of Iranians, have entered the holy Iraqi city of Karbala for observe Arbaeen rituals.
Khuzestan (IP) - Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani noted that efforts to degrade the elegance of Arbaeen Trek remained ineffectual.