23:49 - 11-06-2022
Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani affirmed that the ministerial curriculum attaches the utmost importance to the economic and service aspects and everything that affects the lives of citizens.
The Prime Minister's media office said in a statement, "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani received the British Ambassador to Iraq Mark Bryson Richardson, and the meeting reviewed the overall bilateral relations between the two countries, and the prospects for strengthening them to serve partnership and common interests."
During the meeting, the Prime Minister referred to his government's directions and work program in light of the ministerial curriculum, which gives economic and service aspects and everything that affects the lives of citizens the utmost importance and priority in implementation.
The statement continued, "The meeting witnessed a discussion of a number of files of interest to the two countries, foremost of which are the challenges posed by climate changes and the best ways to address their economic and environmental impacts."
For his part, the British ambassador affirmed his government's readiness to support the plans of the Iraqi Ministry of Environment in this regard.
The meeting also discussed, according to the statement, the file of the displaced, and ways for Britain and international organizations to cooperate with Iraq to alleviate the crisis and find solutions that contribute to solving their problems in a sustainable and final manner.
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