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    Iraqi Foreign Ministry: NATO pledged to respect our sovereignty and territorial integrity

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    Iraqi Foreign Ministry: NATO pledged to respect our sovereignty and territorial integrity Empty Iraqi Foreign Ministry: NATO pledged to respect our sovereignty and territorial integrity

    Post by Rocky Fri 12 Mar 2021, 8:02 am

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    ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) - The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg pledged to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq while performing his duties in the country.
    This came in a statement by the ministry after a meeting of the NATO Council (based in Brussels), which was held via video technology, with the participation of Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein, ambassadors of the 28 member states, and partner countries are Australia, Finland and Sweden.
    In the statement, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry stated that Minister Fuad Hussein presented a hypothetical briefing during the session, during which he focused on cooperation between NATO and Iraq and the mission of the NATO training mission to his country.
    The statement quoted Stoltenberg as saying that the presence of NATO forces in Iraq came at the request of the Iraqi government in order to strengthen its institutions and security forces in order to achieve stability in Iraq and fight terrorism.
    He added that the NATO mission will continue to implement its activities in the field of advice, training and capacity building, with full respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq, and with the full approval of the Iraqi government.
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