Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The political affairs assistant in the office of the Iranian president said, “Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz has extended an invitation to Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi to visit Riyadh,” according to the Iranian semi-official “Tasnim” news agency.
In a tweet on his Twitter page, the assistant for political affairs in the office of the Iranian President, Muhammad Jamshidi, said, “King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz welcomed, in a letter to the Iranian president, the agreement of the two brotherly countries, and invited him to make an official visit to Riyadh, and called for strengthening Economic and regional cooperation,” according to “Tasnim.”
Jamshidi added, “The Iranian President welcomed this invitation, and affirmed Iran’s readiness to enhance cooperation.”
At a meeting in Beijing this month, it was announced that Saudi Arabia and Iran agreed not to use military force and not support groups against each other, with the resumption of diplomatic relations between the two countries severed 7 years ago and the reopening of the two countries’ embassies within two months.
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