[size=36]The Speaker of the British Parliament stresses the importance of Iraq adopting an active role in limiting foreign interference[/size]
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the Speaker of the British Parliament, Lindsey Hoyle, stressed, on Friday, the importance of Iraq adopting an active role in limiting the destabilizing external interventions in the region.
And the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated in a statement, a copy of which Mawazine News received, that "the Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq in London, Muhammad Jaafar al-Sadr, met with the Speaker of the British Parliament, Lindsay Howell, at the British Parliament headquarters."
During the meeting, the ambassador appreciated the efforts made by the United Kingdom to combat the terrorist organization ISIS through its participation in the international coalition, expressing Iraq's desire to cooperate with the British side in various fields.
The ambassador welcomed the "reformation of the group of all parties for Iraq in the British Parliament," expressing his "aspiration for the members of the group to visit Iraq to open horizons for parliamentary cooperation between the two countries."
And he stressed, "Iraq will not be part of the axes in the region, but rather seeks to be a meeting point for all parties to gather on its soil, and that this desire culminated in the holding of the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership in Baghdad in 2021, just as the visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani to Kuwait, Jordan and Iran are a realistic reflection of this strategy."
The ambassador presented the Iraqi flag to the Speaker of Parliament to be among the flags of other countries inside the British Parliament building.
For his part, Lindsey Howell expressed the United Kingdom's desire to provide full support to Iraq to assume its leading role in the region, and the United Kingdom's aspiration for Iraq to enjoy security, stability, independence and prosperity, pointing to "the importance of Iraq adopting an active role to limit destabilizing external interference in the region." Ended 29/ h