Tehran (IP) - Iraqi Minister of Justice says his country is ready to implement bilateral judicial agreements, including the extradition of criminals, as well as agreements on women and children's rights.

Iran PressIran news: Speaking in a meeting with the newly appointed Deputy Head of Iran's Judiciary for International Affairs, Kazem Gharibabadi, Iraqi Minister of Justice Salar Abdul Sattar Muhammad, stated that Iraq was ready to exchange judicial experiences with Iran.

Abdul Sattar Muhammad also stressed that he would remove the Iranian and Iraqi nationals' problems based on international standards.

The Iraqi Minister expressed his satisfaction over the several agreements inked between the two countries in various fields, particularly human rights and judiciary issues. 

Abdul Sattar Muhammad is in his four-day visit to hold meetings with senior officials of the Iranian Judiciary and explore ways to expand and deepen judicial relations.


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