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    The tripartite summit: "The New Orient" starts from Iraq

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    The tripartite summit: "The New Orient" starts from Iraq Empty The tripartite summit: "The New Orient" starts from Iraq

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    The tripartite summit: "The New Orient" starts from Iraq

    The Iraqi future / Adel Al-Lami

    The capital, Baghdad, is preparing to host a tripartite summit at an exceptional level, which includes the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Abdullah II and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, at a time when the region is witnessing the features of a "major calm" among the most prominent players.    
    Hours after the visit of the Iraqi government delegation headed by Al-Kazemi to Ankara, Iraqi officials said that Iraq is leading "exceptional efforts" to calm down the major powers in the region, while Al-Kazemi made a "lightning" visit to Jordan, upon his return from the Turkish capital, Ankara.  
    The upcoming Baghdad summit comes 7 months after the previous summit in Amman.  
    The sources indicate that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi will arrive in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on a visit, the first in decades, by an Egyptian president, alongside the Jordanian King Abdullah II, on March 27.  
    Al-Kazemi spoke for the first time about the "New Levant" initiative in August 2020, after his visit to Washington, and the tripartite summit in the Jordanian capital Amman, which brought him together with the Egyptian president and the Jordanian king.  
    On March 15, 2021, Al-Kazemi reiterated that the "New East" is not a political alliance, but rather a "socio-economic project" between the peoples of the countries concerned, aimed at achieving common interests.  
    However, despite Al-Kazemi's denial, observers say that the new project aims to invade a "third line" between the two lines of "opposition and normalization."  
    The Arab researcher, Rafiq Khoury, describes the "New Orient" project as an attempt to create an axis that takes Iraq out of the axes struggle. It is an "axis of salvation from the axes" that aims to meet the challenges of these countries at the level of economy, development and infrastructure, and also goes beyond, describing the project. As a solidarity attempt against the ideas of expansion in Tehran, Ankara and Tel Aviv.  
    The visit comes as the Iraqi government approaches the end of its first year, in which it tried to address a number of interlocking files on the level of security, economy, health, and popular anger.  
    It seemed that the success of the Pope's visit had given the official bodies a push forward in the field of restoring confidence in state institutions and consolidating the country's recovery from the repercussions of the violent government dealings with the October 2019 protests.  
    Baghdad is waiting to receive the two leaders Al-Sisi and Abdullah Al-Thani, at a time when the Iraqi capital is trying to review the level of relative stability that can be found on to start inviting investment companies to the Iraqi market.  
    On the regional level, the atmosphere is full of an unprecedented level of positivity with regard to regional conflicts, in light of the Turkish-Egyptian rapprochement on the one hand, and the Turkish-Saudi rapprochement on the other hand, in addition to turning the page on the Gulf dispute.  
    With the repetition of Iraqi officials in the three presidencies, talking about their aspiration to make Baghdad a "capital of dialogue and meeting" between the parties, the anticipated tripartite summit appears as an opportunity to consecrate these Iraqi trends.  
    Officials in the three countries have not yet disclosed the details of the joint understandings. They confined themselves to defining general lines talking about building "a large economic system that targets the economy first, and on the basis of integration between the three countries, whose total gross domestic product exceeds $ 570 billion."  
    Iraqi officials are counting on opening the way for industrial investments and benefiting from the experiences between the three countries.  
    Since mid-2019, and the escalation of tension in the Strait of Hormuz, Baghdad has alerted to the need to diversify the export and import platforms, to highlight the linking of Iraq with the Jordanian port of Aqaba, as one of the Iraqi strategic priorities, as well as Baghdad's efforts in the file of cooperation with Lebanon and Syria.    
    On the other hand, a Russian report indicates that Egypt and Iraq may tend to open a large cooperation in the energy field, whereby Egyptian refineries will repeat Iraqi crude, while Iraq obtains electric power from Egyptian stations, in a tripartite cooperation in which Jordan obtains crude oil at subsidized prices. And it will be a short cut for energy between Baghdad and Cairo via Aqaba.  
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