"Jalal Sharafi [second secretary at the Iranian Embassy in Baghdad] has been released and has already returned to his motherland," the agency said.
The source did not disclose any details of the release, saying that it was up to Iran's Foreign Ministry to provide them.
Sharafi was abducted by a group of armed men wearing Iraqi uniforms.
Tehran called the abduction an act of aggression, and blamed U.S. servicemen in Baghdad.
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Any anti-ISIL operation in Iraq cannot be effective unless the Islamic State is attacked in Syria. But the final statement of the Paris Conference did not mention Syria as a precaution against disunity in the coalition and with due regard for the Russian position. Professor of the Chair of Modern East Department of History, Political Science and Law in RSUH