Iran and Australia agree to cooperate against IS

Iran and Australia agree to cooperate against IS

Australia and Iran have reached a tentative intelligence sharing agreement to combat Islamic State militants fighting in the Middle East.


The agreement was reached during the visit of Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to Tehran."I believe that Iran has information that we would seek and they were very agreeable to share that information with us," BBC cited her as saying. Bishop noted that this agreement will become beneficial for both countries in the fight against terrorism.

The agreement was reached during the visit of Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to Tehran.


"I believe that Iran has information that we would seek and they were very agreeable to share that information with us," BBC cited her as saying. Bishop noted that this agreement will become beneficial for both countries in the fight against terrorism.

 

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