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    Post by Rocky Sat 21 Jan 2023, 5:17 am

    Iraqi "concern" on the Syrian side.. Baghdad puts the security challenge on the table for dialogue with Tehran and Ankara



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    Shafaq News/ The Iraqi Foreign Minister, Fouad Hussein announced today, Saturday, that Baghdad has put the common security challenge with Tehran and Ankara regarding "terrorist groups" on the dialogue table, and while revealing what worries Iraq on the Syrian side, he highlighted the need for a regional security presence to ease tensions in the region. .
    Hussein said, during his participation in a panel discussion at the Davos Forum titled "The Middle East, a meeting point? Or a battlefield," according to a statement issued by the ministry and received by Shafaq News Agency, that "Iraq, since 2003, has followed the path of democracy to deal with the internal situation of the country." And the link between domestic and regional politics in confronting the region's tensions.
    He added, "Iraq's current position is qualitative, because it has good relations with many countries of the world, investing these relations to play an important and essential role," pointing to the turning points in foreign policy, as "its outcome was the" Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership ", in its two versions. The first in Baghdad and the second in Amman.
    The minister emphasized that "security inside Iraq affects regional security, and the matter is inversely related as well," pointing to "the need for regional security by using the language of dialogue to ease tensions."
    Minister Fouad Hussein continued; "Iraq is against any kind of war," pointing out; That "there are some problems with Turkey and Iran regarding the attacks that have affected Iraqi territory, under the pretext of the presence of some armed organizations that threaten the security of the regions of neighboring countries."
    The minister pointed out that "the Iraqi government has put on the dialogue table the common security challenge between Baghdad, Tehran and Ankara regarding these groups and organizations, and preparing a vision on how to end their presence, in light of the commitment to the Iraqi constitution," stressing; The language of dialogue is the only solution to the problems that must be solved from within the neighboring countries themselves, and some of them by the Iraqi government.” He also called for achieving this through “intensive and participatory dialogues.”
    The Iraqi foreign minister pointed out that "there are some threats and challenges from the survival of the camps in Syria, especially the areas near the Iraqi border in which ISIS terrorist groups are active, which is a source of concern for the Iraqi government."
    The panel discussion was attended by Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan, Dutch Minister of Defense Casey Olenkren, Jordanian Minister of Finance Muhammad Al-Assis, and the United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen, Hans Krondberk.
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