Publish dateThursday 8 February 2024 - 10:56
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Iran and Iraq signed an agreement on how to hold Arbaeen ceremony in 1403
The officials of the Ministry of Interior/Countries of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iraq signed an agreement this morning (Wednesday) in Tehran on how to hold the Hosseini (PBUH) Arbaeen ceremony next year.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: In this ceremony, "Sidjad Mirahmadi", the head of Arbaeen's central headquarters, and "Saad Ma'an", the security advisor to the Iraqi Minister of Interior, were present.
Yesterday, a delegation headed by "Saad Ma'an", security advisor to the Iraqi Minister of Interior, arrived in Tehran and met with "Ahmad Vahidi" the Minister of Interior and Seyyed Majid Mirahmadi, the head of Arbain's central headquarters.
In Mir Ahmadi's meeting with the Iraqi delegation in the form of the joint Arbaeen committee of the two countries, issues related to the Arbaeen ceremony of Hosseini (PBUH), facilitating the movement of pilgrims, security issues and some other matters related to this ceremony were discussed.
This meeting was the second meeting of the Arbaeen Committee of the two countries. In the last meeting, which was hosted by Baghdad, an agreement was drawn up, and after reviewing it, the two sides signed this agreement today.
The Arbaeen anniversary of the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain (AS), the third Imam of the Shiites and his loyal companions in the desert of Karbala.
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