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Iran, Iraq ink border security protocol

Officials will jointly review and renew protocol on semi-annual basis, officials say

Maımaıtımıng Yılıxıatı   | 21.11.2018
Iran, Iraq ink border security protocol


By Idris Okuducu


Iran and Iraq signed an agreement on Wednesday aimed at boosting security along their shared border, officials from both sides have said.

After a two-day meeting in Iraq’s city of Sulaymaniyah, military officials from Iran and Iraq announced that they had reached a deal on border security.

“Military officials responsible for the border provinces will jointly review and renew the protocol on a semi-annual basis,” Sherko Abdullah, a border official from northern Iraq’s Kurdish Regional Government (KRG), said.

Kayomarz Shaikhi, an Iranian border official responsible for the Kurdistan province, for his part, said: “We signed the deal with a view to ensuring the provinces located adjacent to Iraq.”

Iran and Iraq share a 1,450-kilometer border.

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