The political body of the Sadrist movement confirmed, today, Wednesday, that the formation of a national majority government will cast a shadow over the stability of the region, indicating that the important position of Iraq makes it the focus of attention of the international community.
The political body of the Sadrist movement said in a statement received by the "National News Center": "The head of the body, Ahmed Al-Mutairi, received today the ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to Iraq, Montaser Al-Uqla, at the commission's headquarters in the capital, Baghdad."
Al-Mutairi welcomed this visit, expressing his “desire to strengthen relations between the two countries and seek to develop them in a way that meets the aspirations of the two brotherly peoples according to the foundations of brotherly ties and common historical interests.”
Al-Mutairi pointed out that "the important position of Iraq makes it the focus of the international community's attention," noting that "the formation of a strong national majority government means achieving stability and prosperity, which would cast a shadow over the stability of the region."
For his part, the ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan expressed his "happiness to visit the political body of the Sadrist movement and meet its president, Ahmed Al-Mutairi," stressing "his country's keenness to strengthen bilateral relations at all levels."
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