Abdul Mahdi, British Foreign Secretary: There are no other targets for coalition forces in Iraq[/rtl]
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The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, received a telephone call from British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, in which he affirmed the support of the Iraqi government and its support for its efforts to consolidate security and stability and strengthen Iraq's status in its Arab, regional and international environment. He also congratulated his sovereignty on assuming the premiership.
The Prime Minister stressed Iraq's keenness to develop relations with Britain and continue cooperation in the fight against terrorism and achieve stability and economic prosperity.
He added that the Iraqi government places priority on opening neighboring countries and establishing a network of relations to serve the security, stability and development of the peoples of the region, where we recently received officials from neighboring countries, including the Iranian president and the Saudi minister of trade.
On the position of the presence of coalition forces in Iraq, the Prime Minister stressed the government's appreciation of its role in combating terrorism and providing training and advice, and that it exists at the invitation of the Iraqi government and move with its consent and that there is no foreign military bases and there is no other targets for these forces only to fight and encourage the training of Iraqi forces, A democratic state with multiple opinions and positions on various issues of interest to the country. "