Iranian ambassador in Baghdad: Ahmadinejad will visit Iraq after the return of al-Maliki from Russia

Sunday, 07 October 1 / Okrudolf 2012 17:29
[Follow-up - where]Visiting Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Iraq soon.The Iranian ambassador to Iraq Hassan Danaii fled told Mehr that "the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran will visit Iraq but the date of this visit has not been set yet, but it will be soon and the Iraqi Prime Minister will go tomorrow to Russia in the week-long visit one, and after this visit will be scheduling the Iranian president's visit to Baghdad. "This is due to leave Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of Iraq on Monday, heading to the Russian capital, Moscow, in response to an official invitation of his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to discuss bilateral relations and joint cooperation, particularly in the military field and discuss the developments in the region, notably the Syrian crisis.The Iranian ambassador, "as the commander of the naval force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps will begin next Tuesday for an official visit to Iraq at the invitation of the Force Commander of the Iraqi navy will be during this visit discuss areas of mutual cooperation and coordination in matters of training between the navies of Iran and Iraq."And on inspection aircraft Iranian in Iraq, said Danaii fled "he yet was only one case of inspections and in any case we condemn this act, and we think it is contrary to the international agreement between my organization aviation in both countries, and have told us our protest to the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, and we hope that does not This topic is repeated and that this is contrary to the high level of relations between the two countries. "The Iraqi government announced in the second week of October now subdue an Iranian cargo plane bound for Syria for inspection at Baghdad International Airport.The government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said in a press statement received [where] a copy of "Iraqi authorities subjected Iranian cargo plane was heading to Syria to inspect at Baghdad International Airport has been to let the plane take off without finding any weapons."The Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said in a press statement that "Baghdad is determined to subdue Iranian jets destined for Syria to inspect." The United States has demanded from Iraq to force Iranian jets destined for Syria and cross in Iraqi airspace to land and be subject to inspection, fearing to be loaded with weapons destined for the Syrian regime. ended.