After years of tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, an agreement has been reached to restore diplomatic relations, under which the two countries will open embassies in each other’s countries.
According to Arab media reports, this development on Friday was in response to the outstanding initiative of the President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping and China’s support for the promotion of good relations between Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran.
According to reports, the three countries have announced that an agreement has been reached between Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran, in which they will resume diplomatic relations and reopen their embassies and missions within a two-month period. The treaty includes, and the treaty includes the affirmation of respect for the sovereignty of states and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs.
According to the agreement, Riyadh and Tehran have also agreed to activate the 2001 Security Cooperation Agreement and the 1998 Trade, Economy and Investment Agreement.
According to media reports, the two countries have also agreed that their foreign ministers will meet to discuss the implementation of the agreement, arrangements for the return of their ambassadors and ways to enhance bilateral relations. But it was signed by Iran’s top security official Ali Shamkhani and Saudi Arabia’s National Security Adviser Mosaad Bin Mohammad Al-Aiban.