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Zarif 's calls for a nuclear declaration towards Iraq from Najaf

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Zarif 's calls for a nuclear declaration towards Iraq from Najaf

Post by claud39 on Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:47 am

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/4641adf5-b12c-4026-a69e-2d6ddb2dafb2

[size=32]Zarif 's calls for a nuclear declaration towards Iraq from Najaf[/size]


















[Asharq Al-Awsat] Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif announced his country's readiness to cooperate in the nuclear field with Iraq in the framework of international standards. 
"Our relationship with Iraq, like all other countries, is not artificial. We and Iraq have relations before the United States, and we will continue those relations," Zarif told a news conference in Najaf after a meeting with Iraqi businessmen. 
"We are brothers, and our relationship is not arrogant, and this is the longest trip I have made to a country in the world, and this is a sign of interest and special relations between the two governments and the two countries." 
"Relations between Tehran and Baghdad have a very bright and wonderful horizon, and the two countries need more economic development than ever, and they must work together to improve their livelihoods," the Iranian foreign minister said.




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