Maliki in Tehran coincided with a similar visit to the teacher

Maliki in Tehran coincided with a similar visit to the teacher

Iranian media reported on Saturday that Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki began a visit to the Iranian capital Tehran, in conjunction with other similar carried out by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem.
According to news agency reported semi-official Fars, Maliki will hold talks with senior Iranian officials series over four days.

The IAEA confirmed Iran on Saturday, the arrival of Vice President Nuri al-Maliki to Tehran, in a four-day visit

The agency said that "al-Maliki arrived on Saturday morning, to the capital Tehran in the four-day visit to hold talks with senior Iranian officials bilateral relations and developments in the region."

She noted that "al-Maliki is scheduled to hold a press conference during which explains the latest developments in the ongoing operations for the Liberation of Mosul, as well as regional developments."

It is not clear whether al-Maliki will meet with the teacher in Tehran. Maliki is one of the main allies of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, backed by Iran.

According to the official IRNA news agency, the teacher will discuss the latest developments in Tehran, the situation in Syria, especially the comprehensive truce that came under Turkish mediation Russian.

Iran has welcomed the truce that went into effect after midnight on Thursday night between the Syrian forces and their allies of the Russians and the Iranians and the armed opposition groups.