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Terrorist bombing halts Iran’s electricity supply to Iraq
Iran state electricity company, Tavanir, said on Wednesday that power supplies to Iraq have been slashed after an explosion in the Iraqi territory that is believed to have been carried out by the Daesh terrorist group.
Envoy: 14 ballot boxes ready for Iranian nationals in Iraq
Fourteen ballot boxes will be ready for Iranian nationals living in Iraq to cast their votes in the upcoming presidential election, said the Iranian ambassador to Baghdad.
Iran, Iraq discuss expansion of cultural ties
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh met and held talks with Iraqi Culture Minister Hussain Nazim on the expansion of cultural exchanges between the two countries.
Iran reaffirms support for independent Iraq
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman reiterated Iran’s support for a strong, free, developed, united and independent Iraq during a visit to the neighboring country.
Iraqi minister lauds Tehran‘s constant support for Baghdad
The Islamic Republic of Iran is the only country that stands by the Iraqi people in all fields, and Iraq owes too much to the people and government of Iran, said Iraq’s visiting Minister of Agriculture Muhammad Karim Al-Khafaji.
Iraq says will pay energy bills to Iran soon
Iranian and Iraqi officials agreed upon an arrangement for settlement of Baghdad's debts to Tehran, said spokesperson of Iraq's Ministry of Electricity.
Iran’s five-year agro exports to Iraq hit $11b: TPO
Iran exported $11 billion worth of agricultural products to Iraq in the last five years, announced Farzad Piltan, the Trade Promotion Organization director general for the Arab and African countries.
Iran, Iraq in fresh talks in Tehran to discuss energy debts
Iranian and Iraqi officials held a second round of high-profile talks in Tehran to settle issues surrounding arrears Iraq owes Iran for vital energy supplies.
Iran, Iraq discuss energy arrears in fresh talks
Officials from Iran and Iraq have held a second round of high-profile talks in Tehran to settle issues regarding Iraq’s debts to Iran for vital energy supplies.
Iran ready for quick cancellation of visa requirement for Iraq
A senior official at Iran's Foreign Ministry said Tehran is ready to immediately implement a decision to cancel visa requirements for Iraqi citizens if the Iraqi side agrees to grant visa-free access to Iranians visiting the Arab country.
Iran’s annual exports to Sulaymaniyah hit $5b: Iraqi official
Governor of Iraq's Sulaymaniyah Haval Abubakir said on Monday that Iran exported $5 billion of goods from six border crossings to the Sulaymaniyah Province of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq in a year.

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