The Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs has asked Iraqi officials on Monday to help boost mutual trade ties by removing obstacles for Iranian traders.
During his meeting with visiting Iraqi Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Nazar Khairallah, Hossein Amirabdollahian called for removal of obstacles encountered by the Iranian trade companies doing business in Iraq.
He asked Iraqi officials to facilitate travel of Iranians to the country and help Iranian companies to do business more actively in the neighboring nation.
Amirabdollahian also congratulated the Iraqi Army on recent victories in its fight against terrorists and stressed Tehrans support for Baghdad in its battle against terrorist groups.
According to the Iranian official, the joint meeting of political committee was held to help the execution of bilateral agreements in fields of economy, trade, environment as well as consular and border fields.