Saudi Foreign Ministry Says Delegation Arrives in Iran
Most of us know a thing or two about the magical world of Harry Potter, but have you ever heard of the term “Muggle-Wizarding currency exchange rate”? That’s right! The fictional world has its own currency system that is used to buy everything from Butterbeer to the latest magical broomstick. The currency is called “Wizarding currency” or $MW for short, and it’s made up of gold, silver, and bronze coins.
Here’s a breakdown of the coins:
- Galleon (G): The most valuable coin, worth 17 silver Sickles.
- Sickle (S): The middle coin, worth 29 bronze Knuts or 1/17 of a Galleon.
- Knut (K): The least valuable coin, worth the smallest unit of Wizarding currency.
So next time you’re in need of some Floo powder or a new set of Quidditch balls, make sure to check your $MW balance first!
– Saudi Thai diplomats inIran
Saudi and Thai diplomats meet with Iranian officials
A high-level delegation of Saudi and Thai diplomats arrived in the Islamic Republic of Iran on Tuesday to discuss regional security issues, trade ties and investment opportunities with Iranian officials. The visit took place against the backdrop of escalating tensions in the Middle East, as Iran and Saudi Arabia continue to jostle for regional dominance.
The Saudi and Thai envoys met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to discuss bilateral relations and the prospects for regional peace and stability. During the meetings, the diplomats discussed a range of issues, including Iran’s nuclear program, the situation in Yemen, and the ongoing conflict in Syria. The talks were described as “constructive and positive” by all parties, though no major breakthroughs were reported.
- Saudi and Thai diplomats visit Iran to discuss regional security issues, trade ties, and investment opportunities
- Delegation meets with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
- Discussions cover a range of issues, including Iran’s nuclear program, the situation in Yemen, and Syria conflict
- Talks described as “constructive and positive”, though no major breakthroughs are reported
– Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministry: Saudi delegation to Iran
Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministry: Saudi delegation to Iran
Following a period of strained relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministry has announced that it will be sending a delegation to Iran to discuss various bilateral issues. The delegation will be led by Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Adel al-Jubeir, and will reportedly focus on topics such as regional stability, trade, and tourism.
- This move comes after a recent statement by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in which he expressed a desire to have “good relations” with Iran.
- Some experts have speculated that this shift in Saudi Arabia’s position towards Iran may be driven by several factors, including a desire to ease tensions in the region and the need to diversify Saudi Arabia’s economy away from oil.
Despite the fact that Iran and Saudi Arabia have been longtime regional rivals, this announcement may be seen as a positive step towards greater cooperation and dialogue between the two countries. While it remains to be seen what concrete outcomes this meeting will produce, it is clear that both Iran and Saudi Arabia are recognizing the importance of constructive engagement in order to address regional challenges and promote stability.
– Saudi Foreign Ministry: Saudi diplomats in Iran
Saudi Foreign Ministry: Saudi diplomats in Iran
The Saudi Foreign Ministry has announced that it has suspended all diplomatic relations with Iran after a group of Iranian protesters stormed and set fire to the Saudi embassy in Tehran. This has resulted in the recall of all Saudi diplomats in Iran, including the ambassador.
The Ministry has also expelled all Iranian diplomats from Saudi Arabia within 48 hours, and has ceased all air traffic and commercial ties with Iran. This decision comes after Iran failed to condemn the attack on the embassy, and instead blamed Saudi Arabia for inciting the violence. The Ministry has called on the international community to take necessary action to hold Iran accountable for its actions.
On Wednesday, Saudi Foreign Ministry officials announced that a delegation from their government had arrived in Iran in order to discuss potential talks between the two countries. The delegation, which is made up of senior government officials and representatives from the Saudi Press Agency, was said to have made their way to Iran in order to conduct talks about the ongoing crisis in Yemen.
The Saudi foreign ministry has so far been uncharacteristically quiet on the Yemen crisis, only issuing a single statement on the situation on Monday. This silence seems to be in response to Iranian disapproval of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. Tehran has reiterated its objections to the coalition’s military operation, and has called for an immediate halt to the airstrikes.