[size=30]The Foreign Ministry denies the sale of land designated for building the Iraqi embassy in Washington[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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[size=15]Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, denied reports that the ministry had sold a 2,500-square-meter plot of land to build the embassy and had bought a smaller piece of it .[/size]
[size=15]Al-Sahaf said, in a press release, published yesterday, Saturday, January 25, 2020, that "some social media circulated news that the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs sold a 2,500-square-meter plot of land on which our embassy in Washington resides, and instead purchased land away from the center The city covers an area of 500 meters . "
[size=15]He added, "In this regard, the Ministry categorically denies this news, and confirms that the property of Iraq abroad on which our missions reside remains as it is and without any change, and has not sold any real estate or building from those properties, but rather that it is with the Iraqi authorities with jurisdiction It undertakes the follow-up and coordination to preserve all Iraqi property abroad. "[/size]
[size=15]The media office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on everyone to be healthy, accurate in circulating news, and receiving it from its official sources in order to preserve the reputation of this ministry, which represents Iraq’s window on the outside world.[/size]