[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Mubasher: Iraqi President Barham Salih discussed with the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Ahmed Aboul Gheit the latest developments in the political and security situation in Iraq and the region, and the challenges that marred it in the current political and security situation.
This came during the Iraqi President’s reception to Ahmed Aboul Gheit, in the presence of Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein, today, Saturday, according to a statement from the Media Office of the Presidency of the Republic.
The two sides also discussed health challenges in relation to the Corona pandemic file, and what these developments require in terms of joint solidarity in facing them, and the launch towards supporting paths of security, stability, economic cooperation and development opportunities.
The President of the Republic said: "The Iraqi efforts are focused on supporting dialogue to settle problems and reduce tensions in the region, and to adopt joint Arab cooperation in establishing security and peace in the region as an integral part of the security and stability of Iraq, and to enhance economic and commercial cooperation, support investment and development opportunities." The importance of the role of the Arab League in this regard by coordinating positions among the member states. "
Saleh pointed out that "the policy of openness pursued by Iraq stems from its awareness of the importance of creating joint dialogues to stabilize the foundations of stability, because Iraq's stability and sovereignty are indispensable elements for the security of the whole region and the interests of its people."
For his part, Aboul Gheit gave an explanation regarding the Arab League’s endeavors to enhance Arab cooperation and establish security and stability, stressing the Arab League’s support for the Iraqi government's efforts in combating terrorism, enhancing the country's security and stability, and protecting its sovereignty and the security of its citizens.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]