[size=36]Parliament intends to host the ambassadors of neighboring countries to address the ongoing attacks on Iraqi territory[/size]
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Today, Saturday, the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives presented proposals to address the file of the ongoing attacks on Iraqi lands, while revealing an expected hosting of ambassadors of neighboring countries to discuss this file.
The head of the committee, Amer Al-Fayez, said, "The issue of denunciation and denunciation has become useless with the recurrence of the attacks, and there is a proposal to use the economic file to put pressure on countries that launch strikes inside Iraqi territory."
He added, "Ending the presence of groups opposing neighboring countries in Iraq is crucial, and we suggest that it be made a priority by the government."
He continued, "The ministerial platform announced by the Sudanese Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a, confirms openness towards the countries of the world, as direct dialogue is the best way to solve problems, and it is much better than indirect dialogues."
He pointed out, "The committee is in the process of hosting the ambassadors of neighboring countries to discuss the bombing file and coordinate with the government to develop solutions." Ended 29 / H