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Iran energy minister in Iraq capital for talks

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Iran Focus: Baghdad, Nov. 21 – Iran’s Energy Minister is in Baghdad for talks with his Iraqi counterpart, the television channel al-Furaat reported on Monday. Iran Focus

Baghdad, Nov. 21 – Iran’s Energy Minister is in Baghdad for talks with his Iraqi counterpart, the television channel al-Furaat reported on Monday.

During his visit, Parviz Fattah will meet with Iraqi Minister of Electricity Karim Vahid and several other Iraqi officials, the report said.

Fattah, 45, is a former Deputy Commander of the Special Division of the Revolutionary Guards and a former board member of the Revolutionary Guards’ Imam Hossein University.

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