In new statements by the Prime Minister-designate .. Al-Kazemi: My mission is to keep Iraq out of regional conflicts
Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed that his government is ready and that he has taken care in choosing the ministers of integrity and efficiency, adding that his primary mission is to keep [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] away from regional conflicts.
Al-Kazemi stressed during a limited meeting with writers and media people that his mission is to keep [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] away from regional conflicts, in response to a question about the nature of the position on the United States and Iran.
Al-Kazimi added: We will have a serious dialogue with the United States regarding the nature of their presence in Iraq, and the most important thing is that what I must deal with firmly is that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is not an arena for settling scores, while affirming that I will work to open up seriously to the Arab and Islamic worlds and according to the principle of common interests, which is what It requires us to work seriously in this direction.
Al-Kazemi stressed that the names of the members of the government booth are now ready, and I am negotiating with the political blocs on this in order to pass them inside the parliament dome as soon as possible so that I can start working in accordance with the pressing priorities.
Regarding the criteria he adopted in choosing the ministers, Al-Kazemi said that the most important criterion I set was integrity and efficiency, and although both terms have become consumers, I will negotiate all the political blocs on this basis.
Al-Kazemi said that his priorities are to tackle the economic crisis, which was represented by a sharp drop in oil prices, which requires us to take firm and strong measures in order to cross this crisis, contain the repercussions of the Coruna virus and hold elections as soon as possible.
He added that the important thing that I will pay great attention to is to open a real internal national dialogue, because during the past years we have lacked such a serious dialogue at all levels, which can establish a national vision through which we can build state institutions in a sound manner, as we have no choice but the project. Iraqi national comprehensive and trans-ethnic identities, ethnic or sectarian.
On the issue of restricting weapons to the state, Al-Kazimi said that this issue has become one of the pressing priorities that really require real solutions, which is what we will work on in a sound and serious manner, whether this weapon is in the hands of individuals or clans or in the hands of armed factions, which believe that this weapon is linked With the foreign military presence in the country, which also requires a serious dialogue with it in this regard, especially as we are serious about ending any manifestations of the unjustified foreign presence in the country.
It is worth mentioning that Al-Kazemi's assignment came late last week after two assignments that ended with an apology to Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi and Adnan Al-Zarfi.
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