The Foreign Ministry appreciates a Dutch decision on Iraq[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 2019/10/31 10:14 • 53 times read[/rtl]
Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim gave a lecture at the Dutch Institute of International Relations, Kleindaal, entitled: "Iraq in the Middle East: a Conflict or Bridge to Meet."
In his lecture, the Minister focused on the political, economic and security priorities of the partnership between Iraq and the European Union, in addition to highlighting the important points of Iraq's foreign policy aimed at strengthening relations with neighboring countries. On the measures taken by the Iraqi government to build the best relations with the countries of the world, reviewing the developments in Syria and Yemen, the crisis between America and Iran, and the tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran, indicating the efforts exerted by Iraq to bring the views closer, And calm the situation in the region. "
He also touched on "important developments in Iraq's relationship with the Netherlands, welcoming the success of the first round of political consultations held in The Hague in February 2018, and expressed the hope that the second round will be held in Baghdad before the end of this year."
The Minister expressed his appreciation for the positions of the Dutch government in support of Iraq politically, security and economically, especially the decision of the Dutch government to place Iraq among the countries of special interest, and the consequent preparation of a strategy to support Iraq in the sectors of water management, agriculture and education.
He explained that "Iraq is working to develop its economy, and create enough jobs for young people, and began to rebuild its infrastructure after it finally defeated the terrorist organization Daesh, and achieved clear stability."
The Minister expressed his “thanks and appreciation to the Dutch side for the initiative of the Dutch Institute of International Clinkdale to organize training courses for the Iraqi diplomatic staff. And the initiative of organizing a course on the subject of water diplomacy for Iraqi national staff. " is over
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