With the signature of the First Vice President, the decision to cancel bilateral visas for holders of ordinary passports was announced between the governments of Iran and Iraq.
Update 1400/03/25, 13:42
Saeed Khatibzadeh, Spokesman Regarding the cancellation of reciprocal visas between Iran and Iraq, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that according to the decision of the Cabinet, the cancellation of visas is up to 45 days and this action is subject to reciprocity by the Iraqi government. Iraq has not yet reacted to Iran’s announcement of readiness.
Update 03/23/1400 at 15:48
Ishaq Jahangiri, First Vice President, at the Cabinet meeting on June 10, 1400, while agreeing on the issue of reciprocal visa waiver regulations for holders of ordinary passports The governments of Iran and Iraq signed and announced this resolution. The resolution was proposed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
With the approval of this plan, the 45-day visa for ordinary passport holders between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Government of the Republic of Iraq will be revoked subject to reciprocity.