According to Iranian official Mohammad Jamshidi, King Salman of Saudi Arabia has invited Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi for an official visit to Riyadh. The invitation comes after the two countries signed an agreement in China to resume diplomatic relations and open their closed embassies in Tehran and Riyadh within two months.
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Jamshidi confirmed that the Saudi King, in a letter to President Raisi, welcomed the agreement between the two countries and extended an invitation for an official visit to Riyadh. President Raisi has welcomed the invitation and expressed Iran’s readiness to enhance cooperation between the two nations.
The resumption of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia is a significant development in the region, as the two nations have been at odds for several years. The reopening of embassies and the visit of the Iranian President to Saudi Arabia will provide an opportunity to strengthen ties and promote peace and stability in the region.
The visit of President Raisi to Saudi Arabia is expected to focus on enhancing economic cooperation, addressing regional issues, and strengthening ties between the two countries. The visit will be a crucial step towards building trust and improving relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
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In conclusion, the invitation of President Raisi to Saudi Arabia is a positive development that will contribute to the promotion of peace and stability in the region. The resumption of diplomatic relations and the visit of the Iranian President to Saudi Arabia is a significant step towards enhancing cooperation between the two countries.