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    Kuwait asks why Sadr's visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates

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    Kuwait asks why Sadr's visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Empty Kuwait asks why Sadr's visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates

    Post by Rocky Wed 16 Aug 2017, 3:18 am

    Kuwait asks why Sadr's visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates


    Release date: 2017/8/16


    The head of the Liberal Bloc MP Zia al-Asadi discussed with the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq Salim al-Zamanan at the headquarters of the political body of the Sadrist movement the visit of the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr to Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
    The two sides reviewed a number of reasons and results of Sadr's visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which are part of ending the isolation of Iraq and its openness to its regional environment, "the statement said.
    He also discussed with the Kuwaiti ambassador in their meeting yesterday "the political movement to reform the electoral process after the mass public demands to change the electoral law and replace the members of the Electoral Commission with members of the recruits are efficient and independent."
    During the meeting, the two sides discussed the security situation, especially the relative stability after the liberation of the city of Mosul, from drowning gangs, calling on terrorists at the hands of the Iraqi armed forces, and discussing ways to eliminate the terrorist cells and dry its sources.
    For his part, the Kuwaiti ambassador said in his statement that "Sadr's steps and repeated calls to renounce violence and hatred and his continued emphasis on peaceful coexistence."
    The leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, visited Saudi Arabia and the UAE in the past two weeks at an official invitation and met with senior officials.
    A source familiar with [Ayna] said Egypt had made a similar invitation to Sadr to visit.
    The spokesman for the current Salah al-Obeidi, "The goal of Sadr's visit to some countries is for Iraq and the Iraqis, and support for the Iraqi government."
    He added that "Sadr did not discuss during his visit to Saudi Arabia and the UAE any personal profile, or the current, but all the issues discussed are the charges of Iraq or the region in general."

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