[size=36]Iraq sends delegations to return its citizens stranded at the borders of European countries[/size]
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, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Fouad Hussein, confirmed, on Saturday, that Iraq is communicating with European countries regarding the Iraqis stranded at its borders, by sending Iraqi delegations to them.
A statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein received his Latvian counterpart Edgar Rinkevich, on the sidelines of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, and during the meeting, political and security developments were discussed, regional".
The minister stressed, according to the statement, that "Iraq plays a pivotal role in calming down and settling differences between the countries of the region for the purpose of returning relations to normal because of its clear impact on maintaining regional and international peace and security, and in a way that reflects positively on trade exchange, and in the interest of the region's economies." .
For his part, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgar Rinkevich praised "the roles played by Iraq in finding peaceful solutions to differences between the countries of the region."
He praised "the efforts and measures taken by the government of Iraq to stop illegal immigration to his country and to other countries," expressing confidence in "the continuation of those efforts for the return of citizens stranded at the borders."
Minister Fouad Hussein indicated, "Iraq continues with these countries by sending Iraqi delegations to them and following up on our Iraqi missions to issue the necessary documents, and allocating private planes to transport them to Iraq," stressing "the need to deal in a humane and appropriate manner with them to ensure their voluntary return." Ended 29/A43