Iraq expects 100,000 Pakistani visitors to enter the Arbaeen pilgrimage

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Iraq expects 100,000 Pakistani visitors to enter the Arbaeen pilgrimage

Today, Wednesday, the President of the Republic, Abd al-Latif Jamal Rashid, emphasized the significance of collaboration between Iraq and Pakistan in military training, trade, and economic cooperation. The Interior Minister also highlighted the importance of providing Pakistani visitors with facilities, with the possibility of accommodating up to 100 thousand visitors for the fortieth visit ceremonies.

Today, Wednesday, during President Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid’s reception at Baghdad Palace, the Pakistani Minister of Interior, Rana Sanaullah Khan, and his delegation were present. The Minister of Interior, Abdul Amir Al-Shammari, was also in attendance. This information was received via a statement from Shafaq News agency.

Today, Wednesday, during President Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid’s reception at Baghdad Palace, the Pakistani Minister of Interior, Rana Sanaullah Khan, and his delegation were present. The Minister of Interior, Abdul Amir Al-Shammari, was also in attendance. This information was received via a statement from Shafaq News agency.

He emphasized the significance of coordinating and consulting on matters of mutual interest to foster peace both regionally and globally.

He emphasized that the primary goal of the presidency and the government is to strengthen security and stability. He acknowledged that terrorism is a significant issue in Iraq and Pakistan, and emphasized the need for increased cooperation and coordination between the two countries. This is necessary because terrorism poses a significant threat and challenge to global security and stability.

The Interior Minister of Pakistan has expressed his country’s commitment to maintaining strong, brotherly relations with Iraq. He highlighted the shared values of religion and history that form the foundation of this relationship, and affirmed Pakistan’s support for Iraq’s unity and sovereignty. Additionally, he expressed his hope that Pakistan could assist in Iraq’s reconstruction efforts through military and security training, as well as trade cooperation.

At the meeting, preparations for Pakistani visitors who want to perform Ziyarat ceremonies on the Arbaeen of Imam Hussein were discussed. The Interior Minister, Abdul Amir Al-Shammari, reassured everyone that facilities were granted to Pakistani visitors. The goal is to receive 100,000 Pakistani visitors to perform the Arbaeen visitation ceremony.

The Pakistani Minister, Rana Sanaullah Khan, sent an invitation to the President of the Republic on behalf of his counterpart, President Arif Alvi, to visit Pakistan. The President expressed gratitude and appreciation for the invitation, as stated in a released statement.

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