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    Two goals to visit the Saudi Crown Prince of Iraq

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    Two goals to visit the Saudi Crown Prince of Iraq Empty Two goals to visit the Saudi Crown Prince of Iraq

    Post by Rocky Wed 21 Mar 2018, 2:00 am

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    Two goals to visit the Saudi Crown Prince of Iraq
    On the sidelines of the historic friendly match that brought together the Iraqi and Saudi national football teams, the end of February, social networking activists launched the "Dark-Green" campaign, welcomed the Saudi team that played in Basra after Saudi Arabia donated to Iraq during the " Iraq "billion dollars in addition to 500 million dollars to finance Saudi exports to Iraq, and build a stadium with a capacity of 100 thousand spectators in Baghdad as a gift from Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz.
    Earlier in July, cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit Riyadh, a visit described as "successful popular diplomacy that does not satisfy Iran."
     Immediately after his return to Najaf, Sadr urged his followers to remove signs against Saudi Arabia and called on Riyadh to "stop hostile rhetoric from hardline clerics who describe Shi'ites as infidels."
    The head of the wisdom movement, Ammar al-Hakim, intends to visit Saudi Arabia during the coming period "to develop the prospects opened by Sadr's visit and rooting."
    "Iraqi authorities in Baghdad and Najaf are preparing to receive Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who will pay an official visit to the country soon," an informed source said.
    The head of the Sadiqun parliamentary bloc, representing the group of Asaib Ahl al-Haq, close to Iran, MP Hasan Salem, responded to Ibn Salman's visit by saying, "Do not be welcome or welcome to the state of criminality. This visit is not welcome because of the Saudi positions hostile to Iraq." The Iraqi-Saudi rapprochement is "a mockery of Iraqi blood".
    A source familiar with the press statements on the most important goals of the upcoming visit of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Iraq, specifically Baghdad and Najaf.
    The source said that "the visit will lay deep foundations for several goals come at the forefront of major commercial interests as Iraq is a thirsty market and the Saudis want to compete with the Turks in the next stage."
    "Politically, Saudi Arabia is also trying to create a balance against Iranian influence," he said.
    "The Arab countries believed that the key to Iraq is the Sunnis, but now there is a shift and a move towards Shiite friends," the source said.
    He sees the political analyst and confident Hashemi that Iraq is not an ideal state to have a general opinion on the different views of the Iraqi street to visit Salman, "noting that democracy is in Iraq and the expression of views is very acceptable but not against the interest of the country.
    He added that "Iraqi politics is still captive to the external player and not captive to the national interest can not build a state on the basis of affiliation and external loyalty."
    "The Saudi rapprochement is in the interest of Iraq's economic and must be accepted by all according to the interests of security, economic and political," adding that "we welcome any country that serves Iraq according to the fundamentals of foreign relations."
    On the other hand, sees a senior adviser in the Iraqi government that "the visit will come with huge investments and that the UN coordinator of the Gulf file discussed about a month ago the expected visit with Iraqi officials."
    The source pointed out that "Riyadh is well aware that winning Iraq and those who contribute to its stability and security and revive its structure means winning all other security and economic battles in the region."
    "The visit of the Saudi crown prince to Iraq will contribute to a broad participation in the reconstruction of Iraq and increase the volume of trade," said Ahmed al-Abyad, an expert and political analyst.
    He added that "the recognition of the Arabs, especially Saudi Arabia, the importance of Iraq to them and also that the political system in Iraq is a new reality and must be dealt with despite the many observations on the political situation, but this does not prevent dealing with Iraq in a political manner without distinction or bias.
    "Saudi Arabia wants to protect itself and its interests through proper relations with Iraq," he said.
    The visit is the first since the Saudi crown prince has ever made a first official visit to Iraq since 1989.
    Observers see the development of Iraqi-Saudi relations as positive and in the interest of Iraq and came at a time when Iraq needs any friend who gives him confidence and contributes to preventing the flow of terrorism and reconstruction, noting that those who reject these relations as a beneficiary of the political and security war in Iraq, That "Iraq's openness to Saudi Arabia will contribute to its success economically, security and politically."
    Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi appealed to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during his last visit to Saudi Arabia in November.

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