13:07 - 10-5-2022
Today, Wednesday, the leader of the National Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, called for a concession to Iraq and the supreme national interest, while stressing that side conflicts will not bring anything new except obstruction.
Al-Hakim said, in a statement, "developments in political affairs in Iraq, mechanisms for completing the constitutional benefits, forming a national service government, and ways to strengthen relations between Iraq and France, files that were the focus of discussion during our meeting with the French ambassador in Baghdad, His Excellency Eric Chevalier."
He added: "We renewed our call to end the current political crisis through dialogue and compromise with Iraq and the supreme national interest, and indicated that side conflicts will not bring anything new except to disrupt and harm the interests of citizens."
He stressed, "the importance of investing in the promising opportunities offered by Iraq in reconstruction," noting "Iraq's firm desire to open up to everyone in order to achieve its interests and preserve its sovereignty."
And he continued: "We listened to France's position, which respects the will of the Iraqis in choosing their representatives and stands at the same distance from everyone, as the ambassador expressed his admiration for the Iraqi national cohesion, which was manifested in the fortieth visit of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him)."
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