In preparation for the partial lifting of sanctions against Iraq, Japan has dispatched two members of staff from the Japanese Embassy in Amman to its equivalent premises in Baghdad, government sources said Saturday.

The two officials, who left Amman on Nov. 24, will be staying at the Japanese Embassy in Baghdad for about three weeks.

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