Iranian president to visit Saudi Arabia next week

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March 1, 2007 12:22

 
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Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is expected in Saudi Arabia as early as this weekend, Iranian and Saudi media reported Thursday. on a visit that will cap weeks of intensive talks between the two countries to resolve simmering conflicts in the region. Iran's official IRNA news quoted Iran's ambassador to Riyadh, Mohammad Hosseini, as saying that Ahmadinejad's visit to Saudi was "imminent" but didn't give any further details. Al-Watan, a Saudi newspaper, quoted unidentified Iranian officials as saying the visit will take place "next week." The Saudi week begins on Saturday. The Saudi Foreign Ministry was closed Thursday, the beginning of the Saudi weekend.

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