Iran has extended condolences to the Iraqi government and nation after scores of people were killed and injured when a huge fire broke out inside a coronavirus intensive care unit of a hospital in the capital Baghdad.
The US military has reportedly deployed a C-RAM weapon system at a key base near Baghdad International Airport, hours after a number of rockets targeted the facility.
An independent Irish Member of the European Parliament (MEP) has described the rise of Takfiri terror in Iraq as an outcome of Washington’s 2003 invasion of the Arab country, saying neighboring Iran, unlike the US, gave Baghdad a helping hand in its fight against the Daesh terrorist group.
On Wednesday, the Iranian president named Iraq a good friend and neighbor, stating that Tehran and Baghdad can play an important role in regional developments.
Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Affairs Mohammad Shariatmadari who is on an official visit to Iraq signed a five-year economic cooperation agreement with Iraq on Sunday.
Adopting plan for economic cooperation and joint venture investment has been considered as one of the most important elements to serve Iran-Iraq economies to flourish.
Iran's Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs Hossein Zolfaqari said that the the Islamic Republic has extended traffic restrictions to neighboring Iraq for another two weeks.
An Iraqi anti-terror group has reacted to the upcoming round of strategic talks between Baghdad and Washington, whose key agenda item is reportedly the U.S. combat deployment, emphasizing that armed resistance against American occupation forces will continue until they are fully removed from the Arab country.
Head of the Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce Yahya Al-e Eshaq believes the trade between Iran and Iraq will get better in the future, admitting that Iraqis refrain from paying their debts to Iran due to different pretexts.
The town of Sinjar in northern Iraq has become subject to pretexts both by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) members and the Turkish Army.