[size=36]Saleh: Iraq focuses on moving away from policy axes[/size]
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The President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, on Thursday, that the orientations of Iraq is based on moving away from the policy of the interlocutor and commitment to higher national interests.
"The President received today, at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, British Ambassador John Wolks and German Embassies Jochen Muller and French Ambassador Jean-Noel Bonnyo, on the need to address crises by adopting constructive dialogue between the parties concerned and easing tensions," said a presidential statement. In the region. "
He explained, "The orientations of Iraq is based on moving away from the policy of axes and commitment to higher national interests, and the primacy of participants over differences."
The President of the Republic, "the importance of strengthening relations with European countries, and the desire for cooperation and coordination in the interest of common interests," and appreciated "the efforts of the European Union in supporting the Iraqi people in various fields."
For their part, the three diplomats expressed their countries' satisfaction with the development of bilateral relations with Iraq and its endeavor to consolidate and increase cooperation, praising the "role played by Iraq in its Arab and regional environment."