source reveals that al-Maliki will leave next Sunday to Tehran on an official visit
Wednesday 18 نيسان 2012 10:26 GMT

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

Sumerian News / Baghdad
, a source of political beginning, Wednesday, the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will leave next Sunday, to Tehran on an official visit at the invitation of the Iranian government. source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will leave , on Sunday next, to Tehran on an official visit at the invitation of the Iranian government. " The source, who asked not to be named, that "al-Maliki will discuss during the visit, bilateral relations and ways of developing", without giving further details. and declared the Iranian embassy in Iraq, January 30, 2012, that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will visit Tehran soon, as revealed then that the ministers of the two countries will nine reciprocal visits until the end of March 2012, in a move that are standard in terms of the number of official visits exchanged, while confirming the other hand, that the volume of exports to Iraq amounted to about seven billion dollars. The last visit of the owners to Iran in October 2010, part of a tour on a number of regional countries, including Syria, Jordan and Turkey. The commander of Iran's Qods Force Brigadier General Qasem Soleimani announced at a symposium entitled "Youth and awareness Islamic "in (January 20, 2012) in the presence of a number of young people from Arab countries, which saw revolutions against regimes that Iraq and southern Lebanon are subject to the will of Tehran and its ideas, stressing that his country can be organized any movement to the formation of Islamic governments in both countries, raising chain reactions condemning the majority of the Iraqi political blocs, before Iran denies what was attributed to Soleimani. called Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in more than one occasion, the positions of defending the independence of his government and denies being subject to any foreign intervention, especially from Iran, accused by a number of Iraqi parties and European countries and the United States to interfere, directly the affairs of Iraq's internal supports armed groups and Shiite militias through equipping them with weapons and explosives. considered the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, the most prominent opponents of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in the January 17, 2012, that Iran is "wedded" the latter for having relations strong with Iran and trying to invest those relationships to play the role of mediator outside the United States, at a time MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, a pro good student, in the January 19, 2012, al-Maliki to take a "firm" of Iranian interference. saw Iraqi-Iranian relations many differences due to decades, mostly centered on the ownership of the Shatt al-Arab, which flows into the Gulf, and the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi abolished in 1969 border agreement between the two countries in 1937, and demanded at the time that the line is the middle of the river (thalweg) the boundary between the two countries, and in 1972 and intermittent military clashes on the border, and after mediation Arab countries signed the Algiers Convention of 1975, which is a line under the middle of the Shatt al-Arab is the boundary between Iran and Iraq.