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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:43 pm

Iran opens new consulate in Basra

After the ancient burning by protesters ...

11/09/2018 - 22:07 Iraq

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The Iranian ambassador to Iraq opened the new building of his consulate in Basra on Tuesday, four days after angry demonstrators burnt the former consulate's headquarters.

"My visit here today is to open the building of the new Iranian consulate, so that there will be no interruption in the services of the Iranian consulate to the people of Basra and Iraq," said Iranian Ambassador Irg Masjedi.

Masjedi's remarks came during a press conference, before the Iranian flag was raised on the new headquarters of the consulate located alongside the Shatt al-Arab, in central Basra.

On Friday evening, demonstrators burned the headquarters of the Iranian consulate in Basra in the midst of a wave of mass protests in the province, as well as several cities in the center and south, in protest against corruption in the country and lack of services and unemployment and others, which caused dozens of dead and injured.

Soon after, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry issued a statement expressing "deep regret that the Iranian consulate in Basra was attacked by some of the demonstrators."

In the Iraqi city, which has been witnessing an unprecedented escalation in demonstrations and protests against corruption, lack of services, and water and electricity crises, many have been out of control in the city, where angry protesters burned the headquarters of the parties and militias in the city. And others, along with the Iranian consulate.


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