Iraqi-Saudi joint cooperation to be developed

  • 9-11-2020, 15:30
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    INA – Baghdad

    Political, Security and Military Committee of the Iraqi-Saudi Coordination Council agreed on 13 points to develop joint cooperation between the two countries.

    This came during a meeting chaired by the Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein and Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud during a visual communication that was attended by the members of the committee.

    The two sides discussed issues on the committee's agenda, in a way that enhances joint cooperation development between the two countries in various fields, according to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - MOFA that Iraqi News Agency (INA) received on Monday.

    Both agreed to an ongoing cooperation and coordination in politics, security and military in addition to develop a common vision for the most important mutual issues and concerns in various fields, as well as providing support for opening the Saudi Arabia Commercial Attaché in Baghdad, and to expedite the opening of the Arar border-crossing due to its importance in enhancing trade cooperation.