Iran And Saudi Arabia Agree To Restore Diplomatic Relations
Despite previous failed attempts, the two countries have announced that they will be reopening embassies within two months.
For the first time in seven years, two Middle East regional rivals have come to an agreement.
Iran and Saudi Arabia have agreed to restore diplomatic relations. The announcement comes after days of discussions between officials from both sides and China.
Previous attempts to reconnect have been unsuccessful, but on Friday, the two countries said they will be reopening embassies within two months.
They will also re-establish trade and security relations.
United Nations Chief, António Guterres, thanked China for brokering the deal.