[size=36]Abdul-Mahdi calls the Egyptian president .. And the trilateral summit at the top of the talks[/size]
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi discussed with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries, especially in light of the outcome of the tripartite Egyptian-Iraqi Jordanian summit.
Egyptian President Bashar al-Mahdi said in a telephone conversation with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak that the two sides discussed bilateral relations, Which resulted in the Egyptian-Jordanian tripartite summit, held in Cairo last March, the results of positive. "
He pointed out that "the telephone call touched on a number of regional issues of common concern. The two sides agreed on the importance of promoting joint Arab action to face regional challenges and common threats, thus contributing to strengthening solidarity and solidarity among the Arab countries."
During the call, Abdul Mahdi expressed congratulations to the Egyptian people on the occasion of holding a referendum on the constitutional amendments successfully, praising "the positive developments witnessed by Egypt at all levels."
For his part, al-Sisi praised the "continuous development witnessed by relations between Iraq and Egypt."
He stressed, "Egypt's continued support to the Iraqi government and work to develop bilateral relations in various fields"