The head of Iran's Judiciary stressed the need for cooperation between Tehran and Baghdad to realize the security of the Islamic world.

Iran Press/ West Asia: In a meeting with the members of the Iraqi coordination framework, which is a collection of Shia political parties in this country, the head of Iran's judiciary stated that the US and the Zionist regime carry out malicious actions against Islamic countries, including Iran and Iraq; therefore, there is a need for unity and cooperation between the two countries more than in the past, and I hope that we will use the common capacities to achieve complete security and solve problems for the benefit of the entire Islamic world.

Iranian Judiciary Chief Gholmhossein Mohseni-Ejei, also in a meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister noted that Tehran supports the stability, security, and progress of Iraq.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed bilateral relations and the regional developments.

Referring to the Israeli regime's aggression against the Gaza Strip, Iran's Judiciary Chief stressed the need for the Islamic countries to increase political pressure against Tel Aviv to stop the killing of innocent Gazans. 

Iran's Judiciary Chief Gholam Hossein Mohseni Ejeie went on to say that the entire Muslim world must stand up against the Zionist war machine.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he referred to the favorable relations between Tehran and Baghdad, adding, "The Islamic Republic of Iran wants to strengthen and develop relations with Iraq in all fields and will welcome any initiative to increase the level of relations between the two sides."

Iran's Judiciary chief also emphasized the necessity of fully implementing the security agreements between Iran and Iraq and comprehensively confronting the terrorists who have been assigned by the enemies to threaten the security of the two countries.

The Iraqi prime minister, Mohammed Shia' Al Sudani for his part, said that Iraq considers Iran's security as its own security.

The Iraqi Prime Minister added: "We will not allow an action to be taken against Iran's security from inside Iraq."

The Iraqi prime minister conveyed his government’s keen interest in strengthening cooperation with Iran in all areas and detailed the steps that have been taken to implement the joint projects between the two countries.


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