Baghdad President Barham Salih will participate in the inauguration ceremony of the new Iranian President, Ibrahim Raisi, next Thursday.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh announced today, Sunday, that dozens of international delegations will participate in the inauguration ceremony of the new Iranian President, Ebrahim Raisi.
Khatibzadeh said in a press conference: Dozens of international delegations will participate in the swearing-in ceremony for the new Iranian President, including Iraqi President Barham Salih.
The swearing-in ceremony for the elected President, Ibrahim Raisi, is scheduled to take place next Thursday, in the presence of 70 foreign dignitaries.
A member of the Presidency of the Iranian Parliament, Ali Reza Salimi, said that: 70 foreign personalities have announced their readiness to participate in the swearing-in ceremony so far, and that the number is increasing rapidly,” noting that “the attendance of this number at the swearing-in ceremony is unparalleled.”
He added that the remarkable point is that there are countries with which our relations were lukewarm during the last period, which announced their readiness to participate in these ceremonies.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency