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    Abadi meets Saudi Foreign Minister in Washington and discuss bilateral relations

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    Abadi meets Saudi Foreign Minister in Washington and discuss bilateral relations Empty Abadi meets Saudi Foreign Minister in Washington and discuss bilateral relations

    Post by Rocky Thu 23 Mar 2017, 1:11 am

    Abadi meets Saudi Foreign Minister in Washington and discuss bilateral relations

    Political From 2017-03-22 at 22:15 (Baghdad time)

    Baghdad Mawazine News
    Iraqi Prime Minister Dr. Haider al-Abadi met on Wednesday with Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed al-Jubeir on the sidelines of a meeting of the international coalition to fight the terrorist organization organized in Washington.
    Abadi discussed with al-Jubair "the strengthening of relations between the two countries and the blessing of the victories achieved by the gangs and the support of Iraq in the fight against terrorism."
    The work of the meeting of the international coalition to fight the "terrorist" organization has started today in Washington with the participation of foreign ministers of 68 countries.
    Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, the most powerful of the democratic process in Iraq, referring to the demonstrations witnessed by several cities on a daily basis almost 18 months ago, to demand reform without being suppressed by the authorities.
    "They demand rights and express their point of view, and we respect that," he told a meeting of the Washington-based international coalition to fight against Saddam.
    He added that "democracy in Iraq now respects the will of citizens, and the security services provide protection to those citizens who express their views as long as they abide by the law and abide by the rights of citizens and commit not to attack private and public property."
    "This is a major development in a country that used to repress and hold a person accountable and sentenced to death simply because someone wrote an anti-regime publication or criticized the regime's head," he said.
    "We hope that the progress achieved in Iraq will be greater and that such freedom will be provided in the rest of the region," he said.
    He added that the organization "rejects diversity and kills those who disagree with him and who do not represent what they believe."
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