Mohammed bin Salman congratulates the Prime Minister of Iraq after the successful tournament.. Did he use the name “Arabian Gulf Cup”?

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent a telegram to the Prime Minister of Iraq, Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani, congratulating him on the success of the Gulf Cup, according to what was reported by the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) on Tuesday.

The text of the news, which was published by the Saudi Press Agency, was called “The 25th Arabian Gulf Cup.”

The Saudi Crown Prince congratulated the Iraqi Prime Minister on “the two occasions of the success of the Republic of Iraq in organizing the 25th Arabian Gulf Cup Football Championship, and the first Iraqi football team winning the championship cup,” according to Wass.

Iran had protested against naming the tournament the “Arabian Gulf Cup” and summoned the Iraqi ambassador to inform him of its protest against naming the tournament by this name by the Prime Minister of Iraq.

In his message, Prince Mohammed bin Salman said: “We are pleased, on the occasion of the Republic of Iraq’s success in organizing the 25th Arabian Gulf Football Championship, and the first Iraqi football team’s victory in the championship cup, to express to your country our sincere congratulations, and best wishes for further progress and success for your people and your country.” brother,” he said.

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