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    Post by Rocky Tue 16 Mar 2021, 7:53 am

    [size=52]Al-Kazemi: The government put forward the idea of ​​a new east, and we are working to implement it with Jordan and Egypt[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Monday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed the need to leave the phenomenon of militarization of society. He said that diplomacy and dialogue are the real strength to protect people and keep away from wars, and it is our only chance to get out of the cycle of conflicts.[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed the need to create a unified national discourse, from which we would embark on a broader dialogue at the regional level to secure the interests of our people and regional peace and stability. He pointed out that the government proposed the idea of ​​a new east, and we are working to implement it by finding broad common interests between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt. Al-Kazemi said during a speech he delivered at the Foreign Ministry’s headquarters, followed by (Al-Mada): “My thanks go out to the Brotherhood in the Foreign Ministry who were unidentified soldiers who played an important role in the success of the Pope’s visit to Iraq.” He added, "It was agreed that soft power must take its course. The weapons that Iraq possessed did not lead it to anything but destruction, futile wars and hostilities."[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, "Diplomacy and dialogue are the real power to protect people and keep away from wars, and it is our only opportunity to get out of the cycle of conflicts, and the alternative to it is nothing but the madness of wars and the devastation that this country has suffered from for decades."[/size]
    [size=45]The Prime Minister stressed that "effective diplomacy requires a great effort on various parties, and this is the role of our embassies, diplomats and international organizations, and the activation of various tools and means of dialogue that guarantee the country's interests and direct it towards permanent solutions."[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out that “in our society, unfortunately, we see continuous phenomena from the buried Baath era until after 2003, the phenomenon of militarization of society and armed phenomena, this we must leave, and the alternative must be diplomacy, economy and development, wars have an easy start, and peace-making is more difficult, so it must be. We leave this stage and diplomacy is the solution to dealing with problems. "[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out that "the Iraqi situation in the face of complex and complex crises of political, economic, social and cultural dimensions, and we must make the most of our international relations and international support to help overcome them and mitigate many of the effects of the circumstances that Iraq has gone through."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Kazemi expressed "the importance of creating a unified national discourse, from which we proceed to a broader dialogue at the regional level to secure the interests of our people and regional peace and stability."[/size]
    [size=45]He explained that "the Iraqi government succeeded in developing active diplomacy, as we activated the strategic dialogue with the United States and moved towards focusing on economic, diplomatic and cultural cooperation, and we also succeeded in reducing the number of foreign forces by sixty percent," noting that "Iraqi diplomacy also helped Iraq exit From the economic crisis, where the Economic Communication Group was formed at our invitation, which stood by Iraq in its economic crisis and is still providing support for us in the path of economic reform and the implementation of the White Paper.[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed, "the country's openness towards all regional and international powers, which created a positive impression about Iraq, its political stability, and the great historical opportunities for it."[/size]
    [size=45]On the Pope’s visit, Al-Kazemi said that it “came within these efforts to provide great moral support to Iraq, and a message to all that Iraq is an environment for the convergence of religions and civilizations, and that it transcends the ordeal of war and the destruction caused by ISIS, and that the Iraqi people are a peace-loving people and proud of their religious, social and political diversity.” .[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed the existence of "several memoranda of understanding and agreements that we worked on during this period with all our Arab, Iranian and Turkish neighbors, despite all the differences that exist between these powers." He pointed out that "the government has put forward the idea of ​​the new east and we are working to implement it by finding broad common interests between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt, that would create a prosperous economic zone from which all powers in the region benefit and Iraq plays a major role in it." The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and all the other Gulf states, and is proceeding with several investments in various agricultural, industrial and energy sectors. On the economic front, the Prime Minister stressed, "the completion of the railway linkage agreement between Iraq and Iran, which will link Iraq with northern China and create wide economic opportunities for it." Al-Kazemi called on “political and societal forces to read models of success among other peoples, to see how Rwanda transformed from one of the worst experiences of ethnic cleansing into a prosperous country on the continent of Africa, and how South Africa succeeded in crossing from one of the worst experiences of racism to a successful country by applying a correct approach to transitional justice.” As well as Singapore, the Balkan Peninsula, and other major conflict areas in the world, ”stressing that“ there are great potentials for building peace and creating new opportunities for all the peoples of the region, and Iraq must take its active role in this path, and you in the Iraqi diplomatic apparatus are soldiers of this. Comprehensive and lasting peace for us and for all the peoples of the region. He concluded his speech by saying, "You are at the various levels of your work, whether at the Ministry’s headquarters in Baghdad or in our embassies abroad. You are all ambassadors and ambassadors, each one and one of you is a mobile Iraq, and this is a great responsibility, and I see that you are up to the responsibility."[/size]
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