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With the participation of Iraq.. Biden Summit for Democracy begins today, with the attendance of 100

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With the participation of Iraq.. Biden Summit for Democracy begins today, with the attendance of 100 Empty With the participation of Iraq.. Biden Summit for Democracy begins today, with the attendance of 100

Post by rocky Thu 09 Dec 2021, 6:25 am

With the participation of Iraq.. Biden Summit for Democracy begins today, with the attendance of 100 countries

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{International: Al Furat News} The US administration is preparing, today, Thursday, to host the first video conference on democracy, by inviting 100 countries around the world, including Iraq, to ​​attend this conference; This is an affirmation of the American message of placing democracy and human rights among the priorities of President Joe Biden's foreign administration, which was what he had promised during the 2020 presidential election period.
On the eve of the conference, chaired by President Biden, Under Secretary of State for Civil Security, Democracy and Human Rights Ezra Zia outlined the details of the conference and the Biden administration's human rights agenda around the world, especially the Middle East.
Ezra Zia, one of the most senior officials in the US State Department, justified the holding of this conference by fulfilling President Biden's pledges to promote democracy and human rights "at the heart of US foreign policy," stressing that "this policy will be followed in all countries of the world, and certainly" The Middle East is no exception,” stressing that “the world’s most pressing challenges must be faced,” and democracies cooperate to learn together and “stand together.”
Zia identified three main themes around the summit: first, confronting authoritarianism around the world; Second, raising the level of anti-corruption; And finally, promoting respect for human rights at home and abroad, adding, “While this will be a gathering of government leaders from over 100 countries, this is also a very important opportunity for civil society and the private sector, to join in what we hope will be a truly global and multilateral effort.”
When asked about the popular protests in the Arab region against corruption and repression against civilians in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, the US official said, "Popular movements and protests in the Middle East demand a better future, and in many cases, protesters express their opposition to corruption and the suppression of basic rights or even the lack of Opportunities, and this is their right,” stressing that “the United States remains absolutely committed and involved in the region and in all cases, whether it is Lebanon, Sudan, Iraq, Syria, and others.”
"We have a common agenda, we want to promote respect for human rights, we want to advocate against corruption at home and abroad, we want to work together to address the setbacks facing democracies, internally or externally in the long term, and we want to involve all countries that show a real willingness to make commitments that support The goals of the summit; therefore, we certainly welcome the participation of Iraq and Israel, and we look forward to sharing the results of the summit with the region and the world, and we aspire to hold an attendance summit with President Biden next year.”
She stressed that among the administration's priorities are supporting free, independent media and a free press, protecting democratic reformers, promoting free and fair elections around the world, supporting innovation "and what we call technology for democracy, and technological developments that help affirm and strengthen the human being," as well as emphasizing rights and integration. and democratic standards.


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