Iraq’s mediation efforts between Syria and Turkiye have resulted in a planned meeting between officials from the two neighboring nations in Baghdad, a government source said, Report informs referring to Shafaq News.

“In the upcoming days, Baghdad will host a meeting between Syrian and Turkish officials to facilitate dialogue, as part of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani’s initiative to reconcile the two countries and restore their relations,” the source told Shafaq News Agency.

“Al-Sudani and his team have achieved positive results through undisclosed bilateral contacts and meetings, with both Damascus and Ankara showing significant acceptance of Baghdad’s mediation,” the source added.

Earlier on Wednesday, Prime Minister al-Sudani held a phone call with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to discuss bilateral relations.

A statement from Sudani’s office said the call addressed security coordination to combat terrorism and other security challenges.

The leaders emphasized the importance of strengthening their partnership for mutual benefit and growth.