[size=36]The President of the Republic of Lithuania will visit Iraq soon[/size]
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The Chargé d'Affairs to Warsaw, Plenipotentiary Minister Hussein Mansour Al-Safi, on Saturday, invited the President of the Republic of Lithuania, Kitanas Nausida, to visit Iraq.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "the Chargé d'Affairs to Warsaw, Minister Plenipotentiary Hussein Mansour Al-Safi, with the President of the Republic of Lithuania, Mr. Kitanas Nausida, during an official meeting via video technology, chaired by the latter, and organized by the Diplomatic Protocol Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Lithuanian Foreign Ministry, with the participation of the commander of the Lithuanian border guards, ambassadors and representatives of the countries of Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, and the Congo.
Al-Safi stressed, “Iraq refuses to use its children in international conflicts from which they are far from, and the Iraqi constitution guarantees every citizen the right to travel and voluntary immigration,” pointing out that “Iraqi immigrants are deceived, and they deserve care from both countries, pointing to the difficult situation that they face. Some families live in the camps.
He noted, "the Iraqi government's interest in listening to more proposals from the Lithuanian side regarding solving the problem of immigrants and what the Lithuanian government can offer to encourage them to return voluntarily, especially since they were subjected to a major deception by smuggling mafias that cost them great money and used them as a tool in a political struggle that is not their fault." in it".
For his part, the President of the Republic of Lithuania, Kitanas Nausida, praised Iraq's handling and cooperation in the issue of illegal immigrants flowing across his country's borders with Belarus, praising the
Nauseda stressed that "his country respects the rules of international humanitarian law that emphasize respect for human rights, but it reserves the right to protect its borders and territorial sovereignty in the event of a threat to its national security and the security of the European Union to which it belongs."
At the conclusion of the meeting, the charge d'affaires, according to the statement, "invited the President of the Republic of Lithuania to visit Iraq," noting that "the achievement of this visit supports bilateral relations and enhances the interests of the two friendly peoples." Ended 29/A43