BAGHDAD -- Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein paid an official visit to neighboring Iran during the past two days for discussions over the situation in the Middle East region and bilateral relations.
A statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry issued on Monday said Hussein conveyed a verbal message from Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, which "focused on the developments in the region and reviewed the most important expected possibilities." (Iraq-Iran-Visit)
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KHARTOUM -- China will offer emergency humanitarian aid worth 300,000 U.S. dollars to Sudan, Chinese Ambassador to Sudan Ma Xinmin said on Monday.
"We believe that the Sudanese government and people will definitely be able to overcome the floods and rebuild their homes as soon as possible," Ma said at a virtual reception held at the Chinese embassy in Khartoum to celebrate the 71st anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. (China-Sudan-Aid)
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CAIRO -- Egypt will host on Monday talks between delegations from the two Libyan rivals in the Red Sea city of Hurghada, the state-run Ahram newspaper reported.
The talks under the auspices of the United Nations will be the first for the delegations from the Libyan National Army (LNA) led by Khalifa Haftar and the Government of National Accord (GNA) led by Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj in five years in Egypt. (Egypt-Libya-Talks)
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RAMALLAH -- Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye warned on Monday that Palestine has been suffering a fiscal crisis caused by lack of foreign aid in the past few months.
"All had stopped, and the Arab states didn't abide by their decisions related to the Arab financial security network intended to protect Palestine from being blackmailed," Ishtaye told the weekly cabinet meeting held online in Ramallah. (Palestine-Foreign Aid-Fiscal Crisis)