[size=36]The foreign minister and the US ambassador discuss the agenda for the Iraqi delegation's visit to Washington[/size]
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Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein discussed, on Wednesday, with the US Ambassador to Iraq, Alina Romanowski, the agenda for the Iraqi delegation's visit to Washington.
The ministry stated, in a statement, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that "Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein received today, Wednesday, Alina Romanowski, the Ambassador of the United States of America to Iraq, and the two sides discussed developments in the political situation in Iraq at various levels, and the importance of strengthening mechanisms Bilateral cooperation between Iraq and America is in the interest of the two countries, and they also discussed the security challenges facing the region in general.
She added, "The two sides touched on the upcoming visit that the Iraqi delegation will make to Washington in the next few days, headed by Fouad Hussein, to discuss political, security and economic issues, and they exchanged views and put the final touches on the axes and the intensive agenda and the meetings to be held with multiple parties in the US administration."
For her part, the US ambassador confirmed, according to the statement, that "her country attaches great importance to this important visit, especially since this visit comes at an important time in the history of bilateral relations between Baghdad and Washington, and emphasizes the development of ties between the two countries, and that it will discuss the sensitive situations that they are going through." It has the region.” Ended 29/h