[size=36]Al-Kazemi's spokesman reveals important goals of the Baghdad summit and clarifies about Assad's presence[/size]
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, spokesman for the Prime Minister, Hassan Nazim, revealed today, Thursday, the objectives of the Baghdad Summit, which will be held next Saturday, in the presence of nine regional and foreign countries.
Nazim said, according to the official newspaper, that “the (Baghdad Cooperation and Partnership) conference is a summit that brings together the regional neighbors as well as other countries,” explaining that “Iraq had a special policy during the past year from the work of the Al-Kazemi government, and the distinguished work is an attempt to restore the role of Iraq.” effective regional influence.
And he indicated that "restoring this role does not mean that Iraq has a desire to play roles as much as ensuring its security and economic stability, meaning that the plans of this government stem from the country's interest in its security and economic files."
He pointed out that "these are great priorities that have been made, and there are shuttle trips for Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi from them to Arab countries such as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Jordan, and even international trips to Europe such as Belgium, Italy and the United States of America."
He stressed that "there is a vigorous work to build bridges that continue with the goal of restoring Iraq's role in a manner that secures its stability and economic prosperity, and the next summit meeting is a political meeting. Certainly, the security factor will be present and decisive."
He added that "the issue of tensions in some countries in the region will also be present for discussion at the summit, and Baghdad will host great leaders of these countries, including the French president, who will attend himself and with a large delegation, and this has clear indications and indications, and evidence that Iraq is returning strongly to play its regional and international role, and the international community has become welcome." This role came after many years of reluctance and interruption.
Regarding the number of delegations of countries that expressed their willingness to participate in the Baghdad conference, Nazim said: “Iraq sent an invitation to all neighboring countries and all of them responded and will attend at high levels, and there was talk about the presence and participation of the Syrian side, and Iraq is responsive and has important relations with Syria, so if there was A controversy over Syria's participation, this controversy is not related to the Iraqi government as much as it concerns the positions of others, i.e. the participating parties, and we respect the positions of others, but we emphasize the importance of our interests in our relationship with the Syrian Arab Republic.
He added, "The invitations are comprehensive and the attendance is high, and we hope that our country will reap the fruits through this wide and large international presence in Baghdad. As for the representation in the conference, it is diverse, and attendance at the conference is at the highest level, including kings, ministers, prime ministers, and less, according to the circumstances of each country."
He pointed out that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's visit to Kuwait was a mission whose main objective is to strengthen economic partnerships, and the visit resulted in the formation of technical committees from both parties, and a date was set for them to meet in order to determine the nature of these economic partnerships between the two countries." Ended 29/A43