Saudi Arabia agrees to issue visas to 3 Iranian diplomats

Three Iranian diplomats have been granted visas by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The diplomats will be based at the headquarters of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Jeddah.

Several Iranian diplomats who will be working at the headquarters of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in Jeddah have received visas from Saudi Arabia, which has consented to give them. Was provided as a gift Reuters reports that Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian has said that Saudi Arabia has agreed to give visas to three Iranian diplomatic personnel.

This is in accordance with Al Arabiya News. After obtaining the visas, Saudi Arabia granted this clearance one week after they were received. The diplomats will be based at the headquarters of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Jeddah.

The Iraqi government deserves praise for its attempts to foster talks with Saudi Arabia. The next round of negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Iran will take place in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, in the near future. We, the Arab embassies of Iran and Saudi Arabia, are prepared to swap committees in order to pave the way for the reopening of embassies and the restoration of ties between the two nations.

The action by Saudi Arabia to provide visas to Iranian officials, on the other hand, was hailed as a significant step forward in attempts to repair ties between the two nations, according to the US news agency Bloomberg. Iran and Saudi Arabia have not had diplomatic ties since 2016, but direct discussions between the two nations have resumed this year, with Iraq holding four rounds and Saudi Arabia hosting the last session. The Arabs also characterised the discussions as cordial.

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