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    Parliament adds the ambassadors of Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Syria

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    Parliament adds the ambassadors of Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Syria Empty Parliament adds the ambassadors of Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Syria

    Post by Rocky Mon 15 May 2017, 12:56 am


    Parliament adds the ambassadors of Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Syria


     Baghdad / term

    Foreign Relations Committee hosted in the House of Representatives, yesterday, the ambassadors of five countries in the framework of a consultative meeting to discuss bilateral relations. The meeting was attended by the ambassadors of neighboring countries , Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Syria.
    The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al - Jubouri, during a speech at the meeting, Iraq 's aspiration to develop relations with neighboring countries.
    Jubouri said, according to a statement to his office, "We are in Iraq , we look forward to further growth and development and Russoukh positive for our relationship with everyone, based on the basis of respect for national sovereignty and non - interference in internal affairs and share common interests and expertise in all areas of life for the benefit of the public to everyone."
    The head of the House of Representatives that "our region is undergoing one of the most stages of its history and present danger of internal and external challenges that threaten to blow up the current geopolitical map and put our people on the edges of other geopolitical map may carry within it the elements of the destruction of the most dangerous and yard more thorough and harm dire consequences for the peoples and humanity all over."
    He Jubouri that " the historical responsibility requires us not to be dragged into secondary battles distract us from the most important battle : an end to terrorism and extremism regardless of their name, address and orientations and tools."
    He called on the parliament to "postpone the intellectual and political differences and approach to dealing with issues of common concern, and that we manage collectively stand one to confront terrorism and to free our peoples from the evil anywhere was any place incubators are ideal for the growth of Vairusath destructive may be available in it."
    In turn, described the Committee on Foreign Relations parliamentary consultative meeting with heads of diplomatic missions to neighboring countries , a success.
    The Rapporteur of the Committee MP Ahlam al - Husseini, in a statement received (range) a copy of it, that " the consultative meeting of the Foreign Relations Committee with the heads of diplomatic missions of the countries neighboring Iraq , which was held on Sunday with them was successful Bamadaminh and we have seen a great reaction by the ambassadors with what has been put forward ".
    Husseini stressed that " the objective of this consultation meeting is in order to unify the official discourse of the countries of the region and the current data phase."
    She noted that " the meeting was an opportunity to deliver a message to neighboring countries that Iraq seeks peace and will work in the region and draw the features of the region after Daesh."
    In a related context, the President of Parliament, during a meeting with US Ambassador Douglas Silliman yesterday, the importance of continuing international support for Iraq in its war against Daesh, stressing concerted international and local efforts to accelerate the return of displaced people and the reconstruction of their areas.
    The two sides discussed the overall political and security situation in light of the transformations taking place in the region, and the developments of liberalization of Mosul operations.
    The statement said al - Jubouri , office, received (range) a copy of it, " The two sides discussed international support for Iraq , both at the military level or humanitarian relief and families affected by the military operations."
    The head of parliament on " the importance of continuing international support for Iraq in its war against the terrorist Daesh, through the continuation of joint coordination and exchange of information."
    Jubouri confirmed that "Iraq plays a central and essential role in redrawing the map of the region 's stability, through giving priority to the language of dialogue and understanding based on respect for state sovereignty and security, ensuring the elimination of the terrorist thought distant from the teachings of the Islamic religion."
    The President of the House of Representatives " the importance of concerted international and local efforts to speed up the return of displaced people and the reconstruction of their areas in order to activate the project of community reconciliation post Daesh", praising " the United States support for Iraq , whether it fought against terrorist organizations , or in other areas."
    For his part, the US ambassador praised " the role of the speaker of parliament in the country 's stability and support for the displaced file, as well as the ongoing and his tireless efforts in achieving peaceful coexistence between the components of Iraqi society."


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