Baghdad - I'a
Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein explained to Arab diplomats about Iraq's preparations for holding the elections.
A statement by the ministry, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that "Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein and his accompanying delegation met, during his current visit to Madrid, with a group of Arab ambassadors accredited to Madrid, in the presence of the Iraqi ambassador, Adel Mustafa Kamel, and embassy staff."
The statement indicated that "Hussein delivered a speech that included an explanation of Iraq's foreign policy and the axes pursued by Iraq represented in achieving balance in relations, non-interference in internal affairs, and the principle of good neighborliness.
The statement added that "the Minister of Foreign Affairs touched on the existing challenges faced by the Iraqi government, including facing the challenges of the pandemic, its economic repercussions, pursuing the remaining ISIS terrorist gangs, and the reconstruction of liberated cities," noting "the remarkable success achieved by the Iraqi government in this regard."
The statement added that, "during the meeting, views were also exchanged with Arab ambassadors, and existing issues were discussed."
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