[size=36]Abdul Mahdi confirms to a US delegation the importance of consultation on the decisions that are reflected on Iraq[/size]
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Wednesday stressed the importance of consultation on decisions that may be directly reflected on the situation in Iraq and the region.
"The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, received in his official office a delegation of the US Senate under the chairmanship of Senator Jane Shaheen," the media office of Abdul Mahdi said in a statement received by Mawazine News.
During the meeting, Abdul Mahdi stressed the importance of cooperation between Iraq and the United States. He pointed out that "the call for cancer is necessary to get rid of it, and that Iraq has been able to sacrifice its people, and we have a lot of work to achieve the progress we have in the areas of reconstruction and the provision of services And the return of all displaced persons to their areas, as well as the challenges of restoring infrastructure and settling salaries to reduce corruption, stimulate the private sector and investments. "
On Iraq's foreign policy, the Prime Minister pointed out that "Iraq is keen to establish relations of cooperation and exchange of interests with all neighboring countries in order to achieve stability and prosperity as Iraq is a center of gravity in the region," stressing the importance of consultation on decisions that may be directly reflected on the situation Iraq and the region ".
For her part, the head of delegation praised the "positive developments in the country and stability compared to her recent visit to Baghdad in 2010."
The statement said that "the two sides discussed cooperation between the two countries in the economic field and the work of companies and meet the needs of Iraq to implement reconstruction programs and economic development, and exchange views on issues of common concern."
The meeting was attended by Sen. Doug Jones, Senator of the Democratic Party of Alabama, a member of the Armed Services Committee, the Banking Committee, the Economic Policy Subcommittee, Senator Jack Reid, and US Charge d'Affaires in Iraq. The meeting was attended by the Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee Adnan Asadi, Vice-Chairman of the Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri in the House of Representatives, and a number of advisers. "