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On Monday, the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Rashid, discussed with Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani and members of his government general problems, including the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil and water scarcity.
The Presidency of the Republic said, in a statement seen by IQ NEWS, that Rashid reviewed, at the outset of the meeting, the results of his participation in the Arab summit in Algeria and the climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, and the meetings he held with the leaders of brotherly and friendly countries, referring to the wide Arab welcome for Iraq to take its pivotal role in the region. And the world.
The meeting discussed "the general conditions in the country, and a review of the problems afflicting the various sectors and the steps taken to solve them, including the outstanding issues between the center and the region and the issue of water, where the emphasis was placed on the need to unite the national ranks and make efforts to address the outstanding problems through cooperation, solidarity and response to the aspirations of citizens."
The President of the Republic stressed that he "will make all possible efforts to reach an understanding with neighboring countries in order to reach permanent agreements that reserve Iraq and everyone's right to fair water shares."
The President of the Republic indicated that "the government enjoys popular support and this is a source of strength for it, adding that from his position he will work to support the government action program that aims to improve the living and service conditions of citizens and protect the security and stability of the country, praising the government's work and efforts in this regard."
The Prime Minister appreciated "the supportive stances made by the President of the Republic to support and strengthen the government's efforts to serve the citizens, advance the country, and consolidate security and stability," stressing that "the government is moving forward in this path, and it is determined to bring about a radical change in the file of services in order to meet the aspirations of the people." ".[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]