Iraqi deputy prime minister due in Tehran

TEHRAN,  (ISNA)-Iraqi deputy prime minister Barham Saleh will travel to Iran to hold three days of discussions on Tehran-Baghdad bilateral relations on Wednesday, reported an Iranian official.

Saleh will lead a government delegation of electricity and commerce ministers to hold talks on the economic and political developments and the two governments’ mutual equations.

Economic and trade agreements as well as the ways to promote cooperation in all major fields will be discussed between Iran and Iraq’s officials.

Iran and Iraq have many issues to discuss and in this visit a major part of them will be conferred, this official said.

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