Alsumaria News / Baghdad
- Confirmed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Wednesday, that the granting of visas, "visa" for foreign visitors finance charges will not raise during the visit of the death of Imam Hussein, "p", as pointed out it will be responsible for opening 11 temporary offices in different cities of Iran, in addition to the four consulates to accommodate the numbers Visitors and facilitate obtaining visas.
He said al-Jaafari's office said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "the Iraqi Foreign Minister presided over the meeting of the Joint Commission between the foreign and domestic private and ministries to grant entry visas (visa) for foreign visitors coming to visit the death of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), in the presence of Minister Mohammad Al-Ghabban."
The statement added that "During the meeting, the follow-up and activation of the decisions that were agreed upon between the two ministries for the creation of the necessary supplies to facilitate the granting of visas at Iraqi embassies scattered in various countries of the world during the visit," pointing out that "it was stressed that granting visa finance charges will remain, It will not raise, and work will continue in this context."
He continued that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be responsible for opening 11 temporary offices in different cities of Iran, in addition to the four consulates located in Iran to accommodate the number of visitors and to facilitate obtaining visas," noting that it was "to emphasize the need for concerted efforts of all in coordination with the Iranian side to reduce the time of implementation visit the special agreements with the approach of the fortieth visit of Muharram."
The Visit the forty is one of the most important religious occasions Shiite Muslims, and kept millions of them to revive them by going to Karbala on foot, while thousands of processions and bodies scattered on the roads leading to the province to accommodate visitors and catering to them.