Jaafari to Trump envoy: The strategic framework agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington should be activated
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BAGHDAD / Tomorrow Press:
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari on Saturday, the US president 's envoy, to activate the strategic framework agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington, stressing the need for the contribution of the international community in the reconstruction of infrastructure after the war on Daesh.
"The al-Jaafari received the special envoy of US President Donald Trump, the envoy of the international coalition to fight the prodigy Brett McGuck, and the accompanying delegation in his office in Baghdad. The meeting reviewed the overall security and political developments, , The great victories achieved by the Iraqis in their war against terrorist gangs, and international efforts to support the security and stability of the region.
"All Iraqis are united to defend the sovereignty of Iraq and to eliminate terrorism," Jaafari said, stressing the necessity of concerted efforts by the international community, contributing to the reconstruction of infrastructure after the eradication of terrorism, and adopting a project similar to the Marshall Plan, which contributed to building Germany after World War II ".
He pointed out that "the importance of activating the strategic framework agreement signed between Baghdad and Washington, because of their significant impact on the opening of areas of joint cooperation between the two countries," noting that "Iraq adheres to bilateral relations with countries of the world and all neighboring countries, especially, based on the exchange of common interests, Common love, and non-interference in internal affairs. "
For his part, the envoy, Brit McCarthyk, stressed "the continued support of the United States to Iraq until the elimination of gangs of terrorist advocates," praising "the efforts of the Iraqis in their war against terrorism and the diplomatic openness witnessed by Iraqi relations with different countries of the world."