Iranian Foreign Minister Goes to Saudi Arabia

Iranian Foreign Minister Goes to Saudi Arabia

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Foreign Minister of Iran Hossein Amirabdollahian traveled to Riyadh for an official visit on Thursday.

Heading a delegation, the top Iranian diplomat left Tehran for Riyadh on Thursday at the official invitation of his Saudi counterpart Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud.

The Iranian foreign minister is going to discuss a broad range of issues in the visit to Saudi Arabia, including the relations between Tehran and Riyadh, the issues of mutual interest concerning the Muslim world, as well as the regional and international developments.

On August 6, the Saudi Embassy in Tehran conveyed a diplomatic communication to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, reaffirming the uninterrupted nature of the embassy's official operations.

It was reported earlier that the Saudi Embassy in Tehran and its Consulate General in Mashhad have officially resumed their activities.

The Saudi Chargé d’affaires arrived in Tehran a couple of weeks ago, and the new chargé d’affaires of the Iranian Embassy in Saudi Arabia is anticipated to embark on a journey to Riyadh in the near future.

The report added that the new Iranian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Alireza Enayati, and the incoming Saudi Ambassador to Tehran, Abdullah Saud Al-Anzi, have secured the required approvals from their respective host countries. However, they are yet to take up their official positions. It is anticipated that both envoys will assume their duties expeditiously.

According to the report, the Saudi diplomats in Tehran have been conducting their activities from the Espinas Palace Hotel while awaiting the completion of repairs at the Saudi embassy.

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