Cancellation of visa fees between Iraq and Iran

11/3/2019 22:48:00


Iran and Iraq have agreed to cancel visa fees between the two countries starting next month.


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said at a press conference with Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi that, the two sides had reached an agreement to keep the visas but would be free of charge.


For his part, Parvez Ismaili, Assistant Head of Relations Office of the Presidency of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that, the cancellation of visa fees will be implemented in early April.


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived Iraq on Sunday morning for an official visit to Baghdad where he met with President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to discuss the development and strengthening of relations between the two countries.








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