[size=36]Abdul Mahdi to an American delegation: are continuing to reform the political and economic system and achieve the aspirations of the people[/size]
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, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, said Sunday, the government is continuing to reform the political and economic system and achieve the aspirations and demands of the Iraqi people.
"The meeting was attended by the US House of Representatives delegation headed by Representative of the Democratic Party in Washington and Chairman of the Armed Forces Committee Adam Smith," the Prime Minister's Media Office said in a statement received. National Security and Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Security and Defense, and a number of officials and advisers.
The statement added, "The meeting discussed relations between the two countries and ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation, and support the plans and reform measures taken by the Iraqi government."
Abdul-Mahdi said, "Iraq is keen to establish the best relations with the United States and with its Arab and regional environment," stressing that "the government is serious about the reform process since the beginning of its formation and is continuing to implement its plans and reform procedures and submitted several bills that meet the rights and demands of the Iraqi people in reforming the political system. Economic and realizing his aspirations for decent living. "
"The government is continuously striving to increase employment opportunities, attract investment and provide a safe and stable environment that will help to accelerate reconstruction, construction and employment of young people," he added.
For their part, the head and members of the US delegation, "continued cooperation between the two countries in all areas, especially the fight against terrorism and coordination with the Iraqi government with regard to military cooperation."
They expressed "their support for the Iraqi government and its reform measures and performance of its constitutional duties, and its efforts to respond to the legitimate demands of the Iraqi people in the light of the right to peaceful demonstration."