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Foreign Ministry: We coordinate with Riyadh to resolve the crisis in Lebanon

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Foreign Ministry: We coordinate with Riyadh to resolve the crisis in Lebanon

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 1:41 am

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Foreign Ministry: We coordinate with Riyadh to resolve the crisis in Lebanon


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The Iraqi Foreign Ministry revealed yesterday that coordination between Baghdad, Riyadh and Beirut to find solutions to the Lebanese crisis after the resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
Hariri submitted his resignation from the Saudi capital Riyadh, attributing to the existence of attempts to assassinate him by the arms of Iran, he said. These developments have led to further escalation and mutual accusations between Iran and Saudi Arabia and some Gulf states. 
"Baghdad is in contact with Saudi Arabia and Lebanon to resolve the crisis caused by the announcement by Prime Minister Saad Hariri of his resignation from Riyadh," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad Mahjoub said. 
"Iraq is trying to reach a solution to the crisis through its relations with Saudi Arabia and Lebanon," Mahjoub said at a news conference on Tuesday. 
On the visit of Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to Qatar, the foreign ministry spokesman said that it "discussed a number of files and resulted in the guidance to open a Qatari embassy in Iraq," stressing that "the Iraqi Foreign Ministry stands at one distance from everyone and is keen to communicate with everyone to resolve the crises."
In a related context, a parliamentary delegation on Tuesday begins a week-long official visit to Saudi Arabia aimed at boosting bilateral relations. 
"The committee formed a delegation from various committees and political blocs in parliament to start a visit to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, which lasted for a week," said the committee's chairman, Hassan Shuwaird. 
"The visit will include the strengthening of relations with the Saudi Shura Council and the formation of the Saudi-Iraqi Friendship Committee, with the aim of cooperating with representatives of the people from both countries and facilitating the work of governments," he said. 
A member of the parliamentary foreign relations committee that "the new vision in Iraqi politics was planned by the Committee on Foreign Relations parliamentary, since the start of the parliamentary session in 2014."
It is hoped that the visiting delegation will meet Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir and Shura Council Speaker Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al-Sheikh, according to informed sources. 
On the 23rd of last month, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited Saudi Arabia at the head of a delegation of advisors and ministers. The visit resulted in the formal signing of the Coordinating Council between Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the presence of US Secretary of State, Rex Tilerson.

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