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    The final statement of the Leaders Summit within the tripartite cooperation mechanism (Iraq, Jordan,

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    The final statement of the Leaders Summit within the tripartite cooperation mechanism (Iraq, Jordan, Empty The final statement of the Leaders Summit within the tripartite cooperation mechanism (Iraq, Jordan,

    Post by Rocky Sun 27 Jun 2021, 10:41 am

    The final statement of the Leaders Summit within the tripartite cooperation mechanism (Iraq, Jordan, Egypt)

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    Within the framework of the keenness to strengthen the partnership relations that bring together the Republic of Iraq, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Arab Republic of Egypt within the tripartite cooperation mechanism between them, and based on the sincere desire of the three brotherly countries to enhance means of cooperation and increase coordination mechanisms within the political, economic, commercial, industrial, security and other fields, and 
    with the aim of continuing to establish The factors of prosperity and the components of development, and the advancement of joint efforts in pursuit of strategic integration among them..
     
    1. His Excellency Mr. Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq ,  hosted His Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and His Excellency President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, At a tripartite summit held in Baghdad on June 27, 2021, to discuss ways of cooperation, coordination and strategic integration between the three brotherly countries, within the tripartite cooperation mechanism between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt.
     
    2. This summit comes as a continuation of the efforts of the three leaders in promoting and integrating the joint efforts between the three countries in all fields, and by building on the outcomes agreed upon in previous summits, the latest of which was the Amman Summit hosted by Jordan on August 25, 2020.
     
    3. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt commended the balanced diplomatic efforts made by the Iraqi government at the level of strengthening regional security and stability, and its attempts to bring points of view to resolve differences and end the crises afflicting the region.
     
    4. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt praised the efforts of the Iraqi government in combating terrorism and its response to the terrorist organization ISIS, and the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and the capabilities of their armed forces in defeating the terrorist organization, which contributed to warding off the dangers it represented, establishing security in Iraq and supporting stability in the region.
     
    5. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt valued the measures and steps of the Iraqi government towards implementing economic reforms and implementing its government program, which effectively contributed to overcoming the financial crisis caused by the drop in oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona epidemic, and laid the foundations for growth and prosperity for the Iraqi economy.
     
    6. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt supported the preparations of the Iraqi government in preparing for the parliamentary elections scheduled for next October and the completion of all their stages and requirements, in a way that contributes to the success of the electoral process and ensuring its transparency in an atmosphere of fair competition to choose the people’s representatives.
     
    7. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt affirmed their support for the Iraqi government's efforts to consolidate Iraq's security, impose national sovereignty and prevent interference in its internal affairs.
     
    8. The leaders of Iraq and Jordan supported the positions of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Republic of Sudan on the issue of the Renaissance Dam, and stressed the need to refrain from taking any unilateral measures, including continuing to fill the Renaissance Dam, without reaching a fair, comprehensive and legally binding agreement on the rules for filling and operating the dam in a way that achieves The interests of the three countries and preserves the water rights of Egypt and Sudan.
     
    9. The leaders stressed the need to activate efforts to achieve a just and comprehensive peace that meets all the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people and to achieve their legitimate demands to obtain their independent state on the lines of June 4, 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with international law and resolutions of international legitimacy. 
     
    10. The leaders affirmed that resolving the conflict on the basis of international legitimacy resolutions is the only way to achieve a just, comprehensive and lasting peace in the region, and stressed the need for Israel to stop all measures that undermine the chances of achieving a just peace, including those aimed at changing the historical and legal status quo in Jerusalem and its holy sites. Islamic and Christian, and they stressed the importance of the historical Hashemite guardianship role in protecting these holy sites and their Arab, Islamic and Christian identity. 
     
    11. The leaders of Iraq and Jordan valued the Egyptian role in ending the last round of escalation in Gaza and stopping the Israeli military operations, and they expressed their appreciation for the tireless Egyptian efforts to consolidate the ceasefire and work to sustain the truce. The leaders also welcomed the Egyptian announcement of the Gaza reconstruction initiative as an Egyptian initiative that aims to raise The suffering of the residents of the Gaza Strip within the framework of the international efforts exerted in this regard, and the leaders also valued the Egyptian active role in the Palestinian reconciliation as an indispensable issue for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
     
    12. The leaders of Iraq and Egypt expressed their appreciation for Jordan's unremitting and continuous efforts to stop the Israeli violations and attacks in the city of Jerusalem and the rest of the Palestinian territories, including Jordan's efforts to stop the recent Israeli attacks, cease fire and restore calm.

    The leaders reviewed the current regional and international developments, and efforts to reach political solutions to the crises in the region, especially in Syria, in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions and the approved references. In this context, the leaders decided the need to reach a political solution to the Syrian crisis based on Security Council Resolution 2245 that preserves security Syria's stability and cohesion and provides the appropriate conditions for the voluntary return of refugees. 
     
    14. The leaders welcomed the formation of the new Libyan interim government and the progress made. They wished the Interim Presidential Council and the interim government success in managing the transitional phase and their support for the efforts to hold elections on their scheduled date on December 24, 2021. The leaders stressed the need for all foreign forces and mercenaries to leave the country. Libya, in a way that contributes to restoring its sovereignty, territorial integrity and stability. The leaders of Iraq and Jordan also valued the tireless Egyptian efforts to support the Libyan brothers and bring their views closer, and to ensure the security and stability of the situation in Libya. 

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