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Iran condemns attack on diplomatic delegations in Baghdad
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzade on Thursday deplored attack on convoy of diplomatic delegations in Baghdad.
Velayati hopes new Iraqi gov’t will overcome problems
Ali Akbar Velayati, the top advisor to Iran’s Leader, expressed hope that under the leadership of the new Iraqi government, politicians in the neighboring Arab country will be able to take great steps in resolving the country’s problems.
Former Iraqi PM in Tehran for talks with senior officials
The Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa Party Nouri al-Maliki arrived in Tehran to exchange views with Iranian officials on issues of mutual interest.
Ayatollah Sistani backs early elections after meeting with UN official
Iraq’s top cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani on Sunday threw his support behind the prime minister’s announcement that parliamentary elections will be held ahead of schedule next year, saying the timing should not serve the interests of political groups.
Iran replaces contractor for key railroad project to Iraq
The Iranian government picked up a new contractor for construction of a key railroad extension into Iraqi territory, with sources saying that the bidder would provide full finances worth 100 million euros for the project.
Iran’s envoy in Iraq: No foreign pilgrims allowed in Iraq for Arba’een processions
Iran’s Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi on Monday underlined that Iraq has decided to bar all foreign pilgrims from visiting the Arab country for Arba’een processions.
Macron: Daesh, foreign interference main challenges facing Iraq
Salih: Iraq wants balanced ties with neighbors
Iran's exports to Iraq more than early pandemic months: Businessman
Iran’s exports to Iraq are increasing compared to initial months of the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the Middle East beginning late February said a senior Iranian businessman in charge of coordinating Iran-Iraq trade ties.
US deals not affecting Iran energy exports to Iraq: Oil Ministry
Iran’s Oil Ministry said recent deals signed between Iraqi and US officials will have no impact on Iran’s supply of energy to its western neighboring state.
Iraq to import Iranian gas until 2025 despite US opposition
Iraq’s Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar said his country is planning to produce its own gas to meet domestic needs, but imports from Iran will continue for the next five years.
Iran ready to help Iraq restore ancient, historical sites: Ambassador
Iran’s Ambassador to Iraq Iraj Masjedi voiced Iran’s readiness to help Iraq reconstruct its historical and ancient sites and further boost bilateral cultural cooperation in different fields between the two neighboring states.
Iraq to sign memorandum with Chevron to explore for oil
Iraq plans to sign a memorandum of understanding with Chevron Corp. to explore for oil in the country’s southern province of Dhi Qar, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Iran, Iraq to boost trade exchanges to $20bn
Senior Iranian and Iraqi officials stressed the need to upgrade the level of Tehran-Baghdad trade exchanges to 20 billion dollars in the future during a meeting held in the Iraqi capital on Wednesday.
Official: Shalamcheh border crossing reopens for Iran-Iraq trade
Shalamcheh international border crossing, southwestern Iran, which was closed on Eid al-Adha (July 31), was reopened on Sunday, said the deputy head of Arvand Free Zone Organization for investment affairs.

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