Tehran (IP)- Iran's foreign minister met with the deputy foreign minister of Iraq to discuss bilateral relations and the current developments in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Iran PressIran news: During the meeting, Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs, "Hossein Amir-Abdollahian" characterized the relationship between the two countries as an exceptional model in the region.

He highlighted the continuous high-level visits, consultations between the two nations, and various cooperation agreements across different sectors as indicative of the depth of their amicable relations.

Commending Iraq's pivotal role in promoting regional stability, Amir-Abdollahian stressed the necessity of bolstering diplomatic and international endeavors to address the Israeli regime's crimes in Gaza.

Furthermore, Iranian top diplomat positively appraised the progress in implementing the bilateral security agreement between Iran and Iraq, emphasizing the imperative to activate all its provisions.

In the meeting, Mohammad Hossein Bahrul Uloom, Deputy Foreign Minister of Iraq, condemned the 75-year Zionist occupation of Palestine.

He advocated for Palestinian unity and urged the Islamic world to converge in support of Palestine's defense.


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