[size=36]The President of the Republic receives the British Ambassador to Iraq[/size]
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, the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, received today, Tuesday, the British Ambassador to Iraq, Mark Bryson Richardson, to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral relations and consolidate prospects for cooperation and partnership between the two countries.
And the Presidency of the Republic stated, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "the President received the British Ambassador to Iraq, Mark Bryson Richardson, to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral relations and consolidate prospects for cooperation and partnership between the two
friendly countries in order to achieve common interests."
The statement added, "The president stressed the importance of cooperation in confronting extremism and terrorism, security and intellectual, and praised Britain's role in the war against ISIS gangs, stressing the importance of making more efforts to secure the support of the international community to resolve the file of the displaced and return them to their areas of residence."
He pointed out that "the problem of the displaced and the complex and disastrous circumstances facing them," indicating that he had held several meetings with political and security leaders who expressed their concern about the problems facing the displaced, especially since the total number of the displaced exceeded (600) thousand,
and regarding investment opportunities and the need for a real revolution. In the field of economic development, the President of the Republic emphasized the possibility of benefiting from British companies in the field of exchanging experiences and developing the economic reality, rehabilitating the infrastructure, advancing the status of services, and supporting the private sector. ISIS gangs and low oil prices.
The statement continued, "The British ambassador affirmed his country's interest in developing relations with Iraq in all fields and in a way that achieves the common interests of the two friendly peoples," noting that his country and the United Nations support all steps that would find radical solutions to address the file of the displaced and create the appropriate atmosphere and conditions for their return to the regions. their dwellings."