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    Fuad Hussein from Washington: The tension between the countries of the region is not in Iraq's inter

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    Post by Rocky Tue 14 Feb 2023, 4:35 am

    Fuad Hussein from Washington: The tension between the countries of the region is not in Iraq's interest



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    Shafaq News/ The Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein confirmed that the tension between the countries of the region is not in the interest of Iraq.
    This came in a statement he made to a number of journalists who attended a panel discussion held in the American capital, Washington. Hussein said, "We support their dialogues and negotiations to bring peace to the region," referring to Saudi Arabia and Iran, where Baghdad is leading mediation between the two countries to restore relations between Tehran and Riyadh.



    On the internal situation in Iraq, the foreign minister said that dictatorship killed the Iraqi people and isolated Iraq from the whole world for decades, adding, "But Iraq today is heading towards democracy, and it is an important part of international politics and the global economy."

    Hussein also participated in a conversation with Ambassador James Jeffrey, head of the Middle East Program and former ambassador to Iraq, hosted by the Wilson Center in Washington, yesterday, Monday, to talk about Iraqi-American relations and their prospects for supporting stability efforts in the Middle East, according to a statement issued by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry.
    Hussein touched on the common ties that bind the two sides, and the desire of each of them to strengthen the cooperative economic frameworks between the two countries in light of the strategic framework agreement.
    The minister reviewed Iraq's regional role in bringing together views in the region, the Iraqi cooperative relations with Egypt and Jordan within the framework of the tripartite mechanism, the close cooperation between Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and Iraq's efforts to host the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership in its third edition to move forward in building bridges of cooperation. and promoting regional dialogue in a way that promotes common interests.
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