Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Baghdad will issue visas for Iraqis to enter the kingdom, said Saudi Trade and Investment Minister Majid al-Kasabi.
Al-Qasabi added that Iraqis can apply for a visa from Baghdad instead of Jordan.
He explained that the Kingdom will ensure the establishment of Saudi and Iraqi ports and processing them in order to facilitate the work procedures.
“The chances between Saudi Arabia and Iraq are great after a long absence, but with the support of the political will and the existing enthusiasm will overcome the obstacles.”
The two sides signed the customs agreement between the two countries, in addition to signing an agreement to develop the Iraqi Arar port.
The signing of the agreement comes during the meetings of the committees of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, which was hosted by Riyadh today, which aims to approve plans on various tracks to achieve and promote joint action between the two countries.