[size=36]Al-Kazemi calls on immigrants, including Christians, to return to Iraq[/size]
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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed, on Saturday, that the Christian presence in Iraq is one of the most important pillars of deep diversity, when he received a delegation of the Chaldean Catholic Archbishops headed by Patriarch Louis Sako.
A statement by the Prime Ministry, which Mawazine News received a copy of, stated that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received a delegation of bishops of the Chaldean Catholic Church, headed by His Beatitude Patriarch Mar Louis Raphael I Sako, which includes a number of metropolitans from various governorates of Iraq, neighboring countries, and Europe. , and America."
During the meeting, Al-Kazemi stressed the importance of the work of clergymen and social leaders in preserving the feature of diversity in Iraqi society, which is considered a wealth and an element of enrichment, and one of the features of the Mesopotamian civilizational extension.
The Prime Minister indicated that "the Christian presence in Iraq is one of the most important pillars of this deep diversity, which today contributes to the protection of the democratic system, and provides solutions to political differences, and indicated that the values of true Iraqi citizenship are the sincere protection of all sects and nationalities, under the tent of identity." Iraqi University.
Al-Kazemi recalled, "The historic visit of His Holiness the Pope to Iraq, and how it stimulated important positive repercussions to support Iraqi diversity, especially the Iraqi Christian spectrum."
The Prime Minister called on immigrants from Christians or from the rest of the Iraqi sects "to return to Iraq, the country of all, stressing that full support will be provided to facilitate this return and stability."
For his part, Patriarch Sako affirmed his support for the government's approach in dealing wisely and calmly with crises and challenges, and providing sound and rational solutions to them. Statement. Ended 29/R77