Iraq’s foreign ministry has condemned an attack on the Iranian consulate in the holy Iraqi city of Karbala, reaffirming Baghdad’s commitment to the protection of diplomatic missions in the Arab country.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday called on Iranian pilgrims to delay travel to Iraq until further notice in the wake of ongoing anti-government protests in the neighboring country, according to IRNA.
Jordan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has called on Israeli authorities to release two Jordanian citizens, who were lately arrested after crossing the kingdom into the occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has censured international apathy towards the sufferings of Palestinian people, arguing that such a practice has encouraged Israeli occupation forces and settlers to “carry out more attacks against defenseless Palestinians.”
A high-ranking Iraqi official says Baghdad will take all available diplomatic and legal actions to prevent the violation of Iraq’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in the wake of recent airstrikes in the country against the positions of pro-government Popular Mobilization Units (PMU).
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman says an urgent meeting of the Joint Commission on the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal will be held at the level of political deputies and directors in the Austrian capital city of Vienna in late July.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the four Iranian diplomats abducted in Lebanon back in 1982 are still being held in the Israeli regime’s prisons, and the world must pressure Tel Aviv and its sponsors to release them.
Turkey has dismissed reports alleging that Ankara is considering delay in the delivery of advanced Russian built S-400 air defense missile systems in the wake of US pressure and threats of imposing sanctions over the purchase of the military hardware, emphasizing the plan is going on as planned.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman on Saturday confirmed a media report that Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had a meeting with US Senator Dianne Feinstein, saying such meetings are aimed at neutralizing the so-called B-team’s impact on the American political society.