The technical delegation of Saudi Arabia, headed by Nasser bin Avad Al Ganum, met with the officials of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the capital, Tehran.
In the meeting, which was the continuation of the meeting, where the foreign ministers of the two countries agreed on April 6, the “implementation of the joint tripartite agreement of Saudi Arabia, Iran and China” was discussed.
Al Ganum thanked Ambassador Mehdi Honerdust, Head of the Protocol Department of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for his warm welcome. Honerdust stated that his country is ready to provide all facilities and support to facilitate the task of the Saudi Arabian team.
Iran and Saudi Arabia decided to open ambassadors
Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Emir Abdullahiyan and Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Ferhan met in Beijing, the capital of China, on April 6, and the two countries agreed on reopening their embassies, resuming flights between the two countries and facilitating visas.
In the joint statement released after the first official meeting at the level of foreign ministers between Tehran and Riyadh after 7 years, it was stated that the two countries agreed to expand their cooperation in all fields.
In the joint statement signed by the two countries, it was agreed to make the necessary preparations for the reopening of the embassies in Tehran and Riyadh and the consulates in Mashhad and Jeddah within the two-month period (until May) stipulated in the agreement reached under the mediation of China in March.