[size=36]The Foreign Minister affirms Iraq's keenness to end the Russian-Ukrainian war as soon as possible[/size]
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, Saturday, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein affirmed Iraq's keenness to end the Russian-Ukrainian war as soon as possible.
And the ministry stated in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "its minister received the ambassadors of the G7 group accredited to Iraq, in the presence of the Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Legal Affairs Qahtan Taha Khalaf, and the Undersecretary for Administrative and Technical Affairs Ambassador Ahmed Barwari."
She added, "During the meeting, the details and dimensions of the Minister's upcoming visit to Moscow and Warsaw were reviewed within the Arab Contact Group at the ministerial level of the League of Arab States to follow up and conduct the necessary consultations and contacts with the parties concerned with the Russian-Ukrainian crisis with the aim of contributing to finding diplomatic solutions to the crisis and ending the war." existing".
The minister affirmed, according to the statement, "Iraq's keenness to end the war as soon as possible, indicating that Iraq's position on taking neutrality is in line with the provisions of the Iraqi constitution, and it does not mean standing with one side against another, as Iraq is one of the countries that has suffered from wars throughout In the past decades, the Iraqi people have suffered from wars, sieges and boycotts, so Iraq is against any war and armed conflict between countries.
He pointed to "the importance of respecting the principles of international law and the Charter of the United Nations and supporting efforts aimed at ending tension and encouraging all mediation efforts in this context," explaining that "the Arab League initiative aims to listen to all relevant parties and exchange views in order to reach a solution that aims to appeasement, restraint, and a cease-fire, in a manner that ensures the return of stability and an end to the existing humanitarian crisis, expressing deep concern over the deterioration of the humanitarian situation, the Ukrainian refugee crisis and the spillover of the effects of the war on the entire world, including the Middle East region.
For their part, the ambassadors of the accredited countries thanked the Arab initiative and Iraq's efforts within this framework to end the current conflict and end the crisis through diplomatic solutions. The meeting banned the ambassadors of Germany, which chairs the current session of the G7, the United States of America, Japan, France, Italy , Britain and Canada. Ended 29 / h