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    The President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Rashid, confirmed today, Friday, during his meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, that the relationship between the central and regional governments is improving.



    The media office of the Presidency of the Republic stated, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that "President Abdel Latif Jamal Rashid received, at his residence in Davos, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte."

    Rashid stressed, according to the statement, that "the election period was long, but the result was good in forming the government, as we benefited from the lengthy dialogues between the political parties that resulted in understandings that led to the formation of the government, noting that "the government is serious about implementing its ministerial program and focusing its efforts on providing health services." environment, water, housing, electricity and others.






    The President of the Republic stressed that "the consolidation of security and stability in the country occupies a priority in our approach, especially since the security situation is better than that of many countries in general."

    He continued, "We have visited some Iraqi provinces and witnessed reconstruction in many of them, despite the delay in approving the budget for three years, which hindered the process of starting strategic projects."

    Rashid also touched on the relationship between the regional government and the federal government, stressing that it is "increasingly improving and this is in the interest of all of us, and we are currently working seriously to legislate the oil and gas law that will guarantee the rights of all, and to return the displaced to their areas, and to find a radical solution to their tragedy," stressing that "the blame lies with the international organizations that only took pictures and issued statements of sympathy."


    The President of the Republic called for benefiting from the Dutch experience and expertise, stressing the importance of continued cooperation between the two countries

    . To Iraq in consolidating stability and peace in the region, he also touched on the numbers of Iraqi refugees in the Netherlands and ways to solve the refugee problem.

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