Iran, Saudi Arabia to Resume Umrah Hajj Flights Following Cooperation Agreement

Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, announced on Wednesday that Iran and Saudi Arabia's civil aviation organizations have reached an agreement to cooperate in the resumption of Umrah Hajj flights.

Iran (IMNA) - Speaking to reporters after attending a cabinet meeting, he confirmed that discussions with the Saudi Foreign Minister had resulted in a cooperation agreement, considering the suspension of Umrah Hajj for the past 7-8 years. The focus of the technical discussions was on restoring flights based on the new agreement, marking a significant step towards the normalization of travel between the two countries.

Saudi Arabian Aviation Delegation Concludes Successful Technical Discussions in Country; Minister to Hold Phone Conversation with Saudi Counterpart

In a recent development, the minister confirmed that a delegation from the Saudi Arabian Aviation Organization has successfully concluded their technical discussions in our country. Speaking at a press conference, the minister stated, "Over the past days, the delegation visited our country and carried out their technical discussions in accordance with the routine procedure."

Furthermore, the minister revealed his plans for a phone conversation with his Saudi counterpart later today. Together, they will review the latest situation and discuss the ongoing efforts to address the technical problem. Emphasizing the transparency of the Saudi authorities, the minister added, "The Saudi authorities have openly communicated that they have issued the necessary instructions to resolve this technical problem and that the work is progressing smoothly."

Iran's Amir-Abdollahian Stresses Importance of Economic Cooperation and Border Security in Talks with Pakistan

In a significant development regarding the deepening of relations with Pakistan, Iran's Foreign Minister, Amir-Abdollahian, expressed satisfaction with the positive outcome of his recent talks with high-ranking officials in Pakistan. Highlighting the upcoming elections in Pakistan, Amir-Abdollahian emphasized the significance of economic and commercial cooperation, as well as the development of markets and border areas between the two neighboring countries.

Amir-Abdollahian further outlined Iran's key objective of transforming the border shared with Pakistan, which has been plagued by terrorist activities for years, into a gateway for trade, peace, and friendship. This strategic approach seeks to bolster security measures and foster stronger ties between Iran and Pakistan.

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