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These are the most prominent files discussed by Abdul Mahdi with officials in Kuwait?

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These are the most prominent files discussed by Abdul Mahdi with officials in Kuwait? Empty These are the most prominent files discussed by Abdul Mahdi with officials in Kuwait?

Post by rocky on Thu 23 May 2019, 1:46 am

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Baghdad Mawazine News 
A source familiar with the most prominent files discussed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi during his visit, which began on Wednesday, to the State of Kuwait, noting that the file of Kuwaiti compensation was present. 
During a meeting with Kuwait's parliament speaker Marzouq al-Ghanim, Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi discussed ways to calm the situation in the region following the escalation of differences between the United States and Iran. 
Al-Ghanim also met with Abdul Mahdi and his accompanying delegation on the occasion of his visit to the country. "During the meeting, they discussed and discussed the security and political situation in the Gulf region in light of developments and hot developments witnessed in the region," he added. 
The two sides also stressed the importance of concerted efforts to maintain the security and stability of the countries of the region and to work to resolve existing differences and tensions in a peaceful manner.
The meeting also dealt with the bilateral relations between the two countries and means of developing them and advancing them in the interests of the Kuwaiti and Iraqi peoples. 
Abdul Mahdi and his accompanying delegation concluded their visit to Kuwait on Wednesday evening, which lasted for hours and met with the accompanying delegation to the Emir of the State and senior leaders and officials. 
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These are the most prominent files discussed by Abdul Mahdi with officials in Kuwait? Empty Foreign Ministry announces the results of Abdul Mahdi's visit

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Foreign Ministry announces the results of Abdul Mahdi's visit

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{International: Euphrates News} The Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry announced the results of the visit of the Iraqi delegation headed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to Kuwait on Wednesday.
Deputy Foreign Minister Khalid Al-Jarallah said in a press statement that the visit of Abdul-Mahdi to the country is fruitful and positive and constitutes an opportunity to exchange views and discuss relations between the two countries. 
"He said that" the Iraqi Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation met with their Kuwaiti counterparts, where the details of bilateral relations and the most important issues of common interest " 
Adding that" the two sides agreed to develop and strengthen cooperation in all fields, "especially that this visit comes after the seventh joint ministerial committee," noting that "it was confirmed what was agreed in that committee." 
"We believe that we are moving in the right direction to achieve the interests of the two countries and peoples and strengthen their bilateral relations in light of the difficult situation in the region," he said.
Asked whether any agreements or memorandums of understanding had been signed during the visit, Jarallah said that "the agreements had already been signed during the meetings of the Joint Higher Ministerial Committee earlier this month, but what was discussed during the visit was to discuss the details and put forth future visions. Framework of brotherly relations ". 
He added that the Ministerial Committee had drawn up a clear roadmap to end the important issues between the two countries.


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