Khatami heads to Saudi to attend Interaction Council meeting

TEHRAN, May 10 (MNA) – Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami left Tehran on Sunday to attend the Interaction Council meeting in Jeddah.

The Interaction Council consists of a group of former heads of government who meet periodically to discuss world issues. The council was formed in 1983 by Takeo Fukuda, the former Japanese premier.

 

Khatami’s five-day trip takes place upon an invitation by former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt and former Australian premier Malcolm Fraser.

 

The meeting will discuss dialogue between Islam and Christianity, the current global situation, ways to defuse crises, energy, and the world’s future.

 

Khatami is to deliver speeches on Islam and Christianity as well as the current situation of the world.

 

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