Iran and Saudi Arabia Reopen Embassies, Paving the Way for Healthcare Collaboration
By Danélia Botes
March 12, 2023
After seven years of estrangement, the two countries finally decided this week to repair ties and reopen embassies. The two countries, and the rest of the Middle Eastern area, might reap significant benefits from this arrangement.
The Chinese government acted as a mediator between Iran and Saudi Arabia this week, and the two countries agreed to reopen embassies and resume diplomatic relations seven years after they were closed.
With the restoration of diplomatic ties, there is hope that the two nations may once again collaborate on health care projects, share expertise and information, and together face global health threats. More funding for medical research and development and better access to healthcare are all possible outcomes of this development.
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