July 25, 2007

ONE STEP CLOSER TO JOINING NAFTA:

Iran-Mexico-Joint Commission (IRNA, 7/22/07)

Iran and Mexico reached an agreement to set up a joint economic commission next year.

In a meeting between Iran's new Ambassador to Mexico Mohammad Hassan Qadiri-Abyaneh with Mexican Deputy Foreign Minister Lurdes de Aranda the agreement was achieved.

Qadiri also invited Mexico to attend the Non-Aligned Movement foreign ministers meeting in Tehran on human rights and cultural diversities.


Which will make the inevitable American/Iranian alliance that much easier to put together.

MORE:
US, Iran will cooperate on Iraq security: Agreement marks major shift in policy (Farah Stockman, July 25, 2007, Boston Globe)

During a tense seven-hour meeting in Baghdad yesterday, the United States accepted an Iranian proposal to set up a joint committee on security in Iraq, marking a major shift in US policy toward engagement with the Iranian regime.

The committee will provide the first direct, sustained forum for dialogue between the United States and Iran in 27 years. The group, which will include Iraqi officials, is expected to focus on fighting Al Qaeda in Iraq, securing Iraq's borders, and controlling violent militias, according to Ryan Crocker, the US ambassador to Iraq.

Iran made the proposal for such a committee in May at a landmark meeting between Crocker and Iran's ambassador to Iraq.

Posted by Orrin Judd at July 25, 2007 8:58 AM
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Double !!

Posted by: erp at July 26, 2007 9:09 AM
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