Iran and Saudi Arabia hold fifth round of talks

Apr 24, 2022 View Original Article
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45% : Iranian media said that Iran and Saudi Arabia resumed talks in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, following instances of previously suspended talks, amid ongoing tense relations between the regional rivals
43% : Rival regional powers Iran and Saudi Arabia resumed talks in the Iraqi capital after they were suspended in March, Iran's semi-official Nour News reported on Saturday.
41% : Iran suspended the talks in March without giving a reason for the decision that came as a new round of negotiations was due to start.
40% : Riyadh severed ties with Tehran in 2016 after Iranian protesters stormed the Saudi embassy in the Iranian capital following the execution of a Shia cleric in Saudi Arabia.
38% :Saudi Arabia and Iran have backed opposing sides in regional conflicts and political disputes in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq for years, and Saudi Arabia has led an Arab coalition waging war against the Iran-aligned Houthi movement in Yemen since 2015.
35% : Tehran condemned the executions that activists said included 41 Shia Muslims.

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