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Parliament welcomes Al-Kazemi's tour to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates: Iraq will return to its leade

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Report: Alsumaria News The

visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to the Emirates and before it to Saudi Arabia received a great parliamentary welcome, while a parliamentarian described those visits as necessary and important to return Iraq to its Arab incubator and its pivotal role, the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee confirmed that the legislative authority It will begin with parliamentary visits to many Arab countries in which agreements have been concluded in order to sponsor these agreements and implement them in a way that serves the supreme interests of all, while another deputy indicated that the House of Representatives is ready to legislate any laws that the government needs and are in the interest of Iraq and to implement the agreements concluded with Arab countries.


 







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Member of Parliament, Raad Al-Dahlaki, affirmed that the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Emirates is an important and necessary visit in order to return Iraq to its Arab incubator and address its true role in leading the Arab axis to face the challenges facing the Arab cause.

Al-Dahlaki said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "While we welcome and support Al-Kazemi's visit to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates, we affirm that it carries with it many implications, all of which are in the interest of Iraq, in terms of economic, security, social and even political, given that there are many The participants that bring Iraq together with its Arab incubator, which some have tried to distort under different headings, "indicating that" Arab countries are well aware that their strength is from the strength of Iraq and it was, is and will remain the guardian of the eastern gate of the Arab world, which is the founding state of the Arab League, which means that its true and realistic place In the leadership axis to defend Arab causes. "

Al-Dahlaki added, "The Iraqi government should expand these visits and open up more to the Arab environment, in order to achieve sufficiency in all sectors among the Arab countries, in order to face the challenges and plots being hatched by the enemies of the Arabs and the breathless to tear apart Arab cohesion under various pretexts."


 
 

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Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, MP Dhafer Al-Ani, confirmed today, Saturday, that he considers with appreciation the steps taken by Al-Kazemi in strengthening Iraq's relations with Arab countries.

Al-Ani said in an interview with Al-Sumaria News, "While we welcome and encourage the important visits by the prime minister, we call on the government to further openness to the Arab environment," adding, "We look with appreciation at the steps that Al-Kazemi has taken in strengthening Iraq's relations with Arab countries." Foremost among them are the trilateral meetings that took place with Jordan and Egypt, which are important countries in the New East project.
 

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Al-Ani added, "The strengthening of the relationship with the brothers in the Arab Gulf enjoys our attention and has priority considering the geographical neighborhood and the common ties between us and the Gulf, and the nature of the common social relationship between our countries in addition to that we are oil countries and there are prospects for joint cooperation between us," expressing his "wishes to see The light agreements concluded with Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia in the fields of energy, trade and investment, among which are also the sovereign fund for investment with Saudi Arabia, worth three billion dollars, noting that "Parliament, as a legislative authority, will start with visits to many Arab countries in which agreements have been concluded and will work to sponsor those Agreements in order to implement them in the best interests of all. "

 

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MP for the Alliance of Saeroun, Amjad Al-Oqabi, confirmed that the House of Representatives is ready to support the government with all the legislation it needs to activate the agreements concluded with other countries, especially the recent agreements with Arab countries in accordance with the supreme interests of Iraq.

Al-Aqabi said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The visits that the prime minister makes to Arab countries and the last to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates are very important visits and Iraq needs them in order for him to return to his true place as a founding state for the Arab League, indicating that" Iraq has repeatedly declared that it is far from The policy of the axes, and he seeks to build balanced relations with everyone based on the interest of Iraq and its people. "

 

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Al-Oqabi added, "Al-Kazemi's visits and the agreements he concludes with Arab countries are important agreements and visits and we welcome them and we are working hard to support and activate them in the best way, in order to deliver a message to everyone that Iraq will strongly return to its rightful place and pioneering role in the region and the Arab world."

 

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