The 1975 Algiers Agreement (also known as the Algiers Accord, sometimes as the Algiers Declaration) was an agreement between Iran and Iraq to settle their border disputes (such as the Shatt al-Arab, known as Arvand River
in Iran), and served as basis for the bilateral treaties signed on June 13 and December 26, 1975.
Tangsiri described what he said was the Pasdaran's detention of four US military men and two Kuwaitis in the Persian Gulf more than a decade ago for trying to cross the Arvand River
, the border between Iran and Iraq, with weapons.
Finally, some experts claimed, more that 4 million Bareilly, Oil spill into Persian Gulf, this is one of the biggest environmental disaster that contain Arvand river
bank to Iran and Kuwait bank and Persian Gulf and Oman sea (see pictures 1, 2, 3).
According to other media reports, the Iraqi delegation will also discuss ongoing work to clear ordnance from the strategic Shatt al-Arab waterway -- known in Iran as the Arvand river
-- which became a front during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.
The border runs through the Shatt Al Arab, which is called the Arvand River
The troops were detained after their boats apparently strayed on to the Iranian side of the Shatt al-Arab waterway, or Arvand River
, that runs along the Iran-Iraq border while delivering a patrol boat to Iraq's new river police.
If the Iraqi regime had left power two weeks ago there would not have been lots of human suffering and pain,' said Mohammad Ali, 67, who runs a tinygrocery store next to the Arvand river
, known as the Shatt al-Arab to Iraqis, which separates Abadan from Iraq.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and Iraq are due to stage joint wargames in the Persian Gulf region and Arvand River
in the near future, Iranian Border Guards Commander Brigadier General Qassem Rezayee said.
Mohammad Bagherzadeh, who heads the hunt for the missing, says as many as 175 of those bodies belong to Iranian frogmen who were captured during an operation to cross the Arvand River
Subsequently, four government representatives signed the Istanbul Protocol of 1913, according to it Russian and Britain governments were appointed responsible for determining the boundaries between Ottoman and Iran and Arvand River
went under the rule of Ottoman and Britain.
Tangsiri referred to the IRGC's detention of four US military men and two Kuwaitis in the Persian Gulf almost 13 years ago sailing on two boats equipped with different state-of-the-art weapons who intended to cross Arvand river
in Southern Iran, and said, "The footage and their equipment (seized by Iran) still exist but we didn't publicize it for security reasons.
He did not, for example, say whether Iraq rejected the thalweg as the border in the Shatt al-Arab, known as the Arvand River