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    (Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Bashir Haddad, said that the visit of the parliamentary delegation to the State of Kuwait looks forward to the development of bilateral relations between the two countries and the Kurdistan region.
    The Haddad said in a statement to his office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of "the importance of this visit, which was aimed at expanding cooperation between neighboring countries at this stage." 
    "We look forward to the development of bilateral relations between Iraq and Kuwait and the Kurdistan region and ways to strengthen them to serve the common interests between the two countries and at all levels, especially exchange of experiences in the field of legislation and laws." 
    A high-level parliamentary delegation headed by Mohammed al-Halbusi, Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives and his deputy Bashir Haddad and a number of deputies arrived yesterday evening in Kuwait on an official visit, was received by the President of the National Assembly of Kuwait Marzouk Alghanim.



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    , Deputy Speaker of Parliament Bashir Haddad, Wednesday, to the importance ofdeveloping Aeraqat between Iraq and Kuwait and Kurdistan , stressing the need for strengthening them to serve common interests. 

    "Our visit to the State of Kuwait is important in order to expand cooperation between the neighboring countries at this stage," Haddad said in a statement received by Alsumaria News . 

    "We are looking forward to the development of bilateral relations between Iraq and Kuwait and the Kurdistan region and means of enhancing them to serve the common interests between the two countries and at all levels, especially exchanging experiences in the field of legislation," Haddad said. Laws ".

    Parliament Speaker Mohamed Halabousi and his two deputies Hassan Karim and Bashir al-Haddad arrived in Kuwait on Saturday to develop bilateral relations.



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