[size=52]Al-Halbousi discusses with the NATO delegation the strengthening of relations[/size]
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Yesterday, Tuesday, Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi discussed with a Danish delegation from the Parliamentary Committee of NATO, headed by Mads Vogelidi, the progress of bilateral relations between the two countries.
A statement by the Parliament's media department stated that "the two sides discussed during the meeting the progress of bilateral relations between Iraq and Denmark, as well as all NATO countries, and the continuation and strengthening of cooperation to combat terrorism in the areas determined by the Iraqi government."
He added, "The meeting witnessed a review of the situation on the international scene, and a number of issues of common interest."
Meanwhile, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hakim Al-Zamili, stressed that the stability of Iraq is an influential factor in the security of the Middle East as a whole. A statement from his office stated, "Al-Zamili received a Danish delegation from the Parliamentary Committee of NATO headed by Mads Vogliedi, and during the meeting, a number of files of common interest between the two friendly countries were discussed and the entry of investment companies into Iraq was encouraged."
Al-Zamili added, according to the statement, that "the threat to global security and peace by the forces of extremism and terrorism has produced a common goal among all countries of the world, which is to fight this terrorism, and to coordinate in the field of armament, training and intelligence information to achieve this goal."
He continued, "The security, economic and political stability of Iraq is a basic and influential factor in the stability of the entire Middle East," calling for "the necessity of continuing cooperation frameworks between Iraq and NATO in the fields of security, training and combating terrorism."
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