Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein revealed today that the Saudi and Iranian sides reached an agreement on a 10-point memorandum of understanding (MoU), during the latest meeting held in Baghdad, Iraq.
Hussein said in a televised interview that: “The last Saudi-Iranian meeting held in the capital, Baghdad, was in the presence of high-ranking officials from both countries.”
The Minister of Foreign Affairs indicated that: “It was agreed to hold the next round of dialogue at the diplomatic level.”
Iraqi diplomatic sources said that the Saudi-Iranian talks in Baghdad came at the request of the Omani authority, and that Baghdad made efforts to maintain the discussions between the two countries.
Hussein said that: “The Saudi-Iranian dialogue in Baghdad discussed the continuation of the ceasefire in Yemen.”