[size=36]An upcoming visit to Saudi Arabia and Turkey by the President of the Republic[/size]
Political | 08:19 - 25/05/2019
The Foreign Relations Committee of the House of Representatives revealed on Saturday visits of President Barham Salih to the Republic of Turkey and Saudi Arabia in the coming hours. The tour comes less than two days after Saleh's visit to Amman and his participation in a tripartite summit It was compiled by Jordanian King Abdullah II and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
"The visit of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to Kuwait and President Barham Salih to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan was to discuss Maidur now in the region and with regard to the tension between the United States of America on the one hand and Iran, On the other hand".
He pointed out that "these visits are aimed at removing the specter of war from the state and from the Iraqi people as it is coming to the stage of stability and economic prosperity and this requires security stability, military and political."
Karim added that "the talks discussed the trade and economic exchange between Iraq and neighboring countries in the event of problems during the next phase, and how will be the form of these relations," noting that "those tensions, if it ended, Iraq will continue the bilateral agreements concluded with those countries earlier "He said.
"The President of the Republic Barham Saleh will visit the Republic of Turkey and Saudi Arabia during the coming hours," the committee member said, adding that "these visits continue as far as the Iraqi situation and how to protect its security and stability as it is in dire need of such stability."
"There are similar visits to the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, all of which aim to keep the specter of war and the resulting problems and tensions that could affect the internal situation in Iraq," Karim said.
President Barham Salih paid a one-day official visit to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on Thursday, where he held a bilateral summit with Jordan's King Abdullah II and a tripartite meeting of the two sides. Three in various fields