Mediated by China, Iran and Saudi Arabia agree to restore diplomatic relations

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Iran and Saudi Arabia have agreed to restore diplomatic relations and reopen their embassies within two months after talks in Beijing, China.
Web Desk: According to the World News Agency, in the talks held in Beijing, the capital of China, Saudi Arabia and Iran agreed to restore diplomatic relations, respect each other’s state sovereignty and agree not to interfere in internal affairs. Arranged on
The official news agencies of the two countries have also confirmed the agreement on the restoration of diplomatic relations.
The joint statement said Saudi Arabia and Iran have agreed to activate a 2001 security cooperation agreement, after which the two countries will open embassies in each other’s capitals within two months.
Al Jazeera reporter Ali Hashim has claimed that meetings between high-level officials from Saudi Arabia and Iran have been taking place in Baghdad over the past two years, which have stalled during Iraq’s 2021 elections.
However, the telephonic conversation continued and now the meeting in China proved to be decisive.
It should be remembered that Saudi Arabia had executed a Shia scholar in 2016, after which protesters in Iran attacked the Saudi embassy, after which relations between the two countries were severed.

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