By: Mir M.Hosseini
One and a half month after the Istanbul meeting, Algerian leader Boumedian tried to mediate between the two arch foes during an OPEC meeting. A draft was presented in order to solve the border disputes between the two countries. After that, in three consequent meetings starting March, 15, 1975 that took place in Tehran, Baghdad and finally in Algiers; the two sides reached an agreement called the Algiers treaty on June, 13, 1975 . This treaty was completed with a supplementary protocol signed and sealed by both country leaders on Dec, 26 same year. Iran fully honored the Algiers treaty even after the regime change in 1979 and after Iraqi jet fighters bombed some of the Iranian villages on June, 4, 1979, Iran sent the governor of West Azerbaijan to Soleymaniyeh in Iraq in order to ease tensions.