[size=36]McGurk to the Sudanese: The United States supports the success of your government[/size]
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Al-Sudani's office stated in a statement, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani received the White House Coordinator for Middle East and North Africa Affairs, Brett McGurk, an envoy of US President Joseph Biden," pointing out that "the meeting witnessed discussions on The overall relations between Iraq and the United States, and ways to strengthen and develop them at various levels and fields, in a way that serves the interests of the Iraqi and American peoples.
The Prime Minister affirmed, according to the statement, "the government's direction to open horizons of cooperation with friendly and brotherly countries, in a way that secures the interests of the Iraqi people," stressing "the ability of our security forces to confront terrorism and establish the stability achieved thanks to the huge sacrifices that were made on the land of Iraq."
For his part, McGurk affirmed "his country's support for the success of the current government, and the continuation of the United States to provide advice to the Iraqi forces in their fight against ISIS," reiterating "the US administration's commitment to the strategic framework agreement, and support for the Iraqi government's reforms in the field of energy and infrastructure and confronting climate change."
The statement added, "McGurk conveyed his country's welcome to the outcomes of the Baghdad Conference / 2, and efforts to develop joint infrastructure projects between Iraq and its surroundings, and its welcome to the upcoming visit of Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein to Washington to hold meetings of the Supreme Coordinating Committee of the strategic framework agreement between the two countries."
He added, "The meeting was attended by the Special Presidential Coordinator for Global Infrastructure and Energy Security, Amos Hochstein, and the US Ambassador to Baghdad, Alina Romanowski." Ended 29 / H