Al-Nour News / Baghdad
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said that the relations between Iraq and Kuwait witnessed a qualitative development, and moved from the stage of fears and ambitions to the stage of confidence and cooperation in all fields. This came during his meeting with Kuwaiti National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim and a number of Kuwaiti parliamentarians The nation, and the presence of members of the Iraqi delegation.
"The good relations we have with all neighboring countries are reflected in our internal situation in a positive manner and lead to reconciliation among our diverse people, and vice versa, because our environment is also diverse," Abdul Mahdi said in a statement to his office. "What brings us together with Kuwait is the great participation and the historical, cultural and geographical importance of both natural and human resources, and these relations and wealth are destroyed only by the adventures and wrongful and aggressive policies that destroyed the two countries and wasted their wealth.
He called on the Prime Minister to "resolve all outstanding issues between the two countries in the spirit of cooperation and understanding witnessed by fraternal relations, including regional water issues and ports, and that the two parliaments of the two countries play their role in favoring the supreme interests of the two countries and deepening the relations between them and remove obstacles and proceed with projects that serve the two peoples and achieve security and stability Prosperity ".
For his part, Marzouq Al-Ghanim said that "the Kuwaiti National Assembly in its full spectrum and direction with a strong Iraq is stable and prosperous and we want distinguished relations and we look forward to increasing cooperation between the two countries that exceeded the past and activate the agreements in the economic and trade fields." He expressed his satisfaction with Iraq's development, stability and openness in its relations with the countries. Good "and stressed" supporting the Iraqi government in its policy and directions and its efforts to serve Iraq and restore its real and constructive role in the region. "
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