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    Al-Sudani assures the US Secretary of State that Iraq will give special priority to economic reforms

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    Post by Rocky Sat 18 Feb 2023, 5:26 am

    Al-Sudani assures the US Secretary of State that Iraq will give special priority to economic reforms
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    {Politics: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani affirmed, on Saturday, to US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken that Iraq would prioritize economic reforms, indicating that the government puts the goal of establishing balanced relations at the fore.
    And his media office said in a statement, received by {Euphrates News}, that "the latter received at his residence in Germany, this morning, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference in its 59th session." 
    He added, "The meeting witnessed discussions on the files of bilateral relations, and ways to strengthen and develop them at various levels and fields, in a way that enhances Iraq's ability to face economic challenges and development requirements." 
    Al-Sudani affirmed, according to the statement, "Iraq's giving special priority to economic reforms, the government's focus on developing the energy sector, and the establishment of development and investment partnerships in the gas sector." 
    He referred to "Iraq's desire to consolidate cooperation with the United States to combat terrorism, within the framework of providing training, advice and information exchange for the Iraqi security forces, in a way that preserves Iraq's sovereignty and independence," stressing that "the government puts the goal of establishing balanced relations in the foreground, as well as the importance of the Iraqi role in stabilization in the region. 
    For his part, Blinken praised "the Iraqi government's plans for reform and development, and giving the energy sector a priority in work and development," stressing the appreciation of "the government of the United States of America for Iraq's regional role in stabilizing stability."
    The US Secretary renewed "support for the Iraqi government in its progressive, reform and development plans at various levels and fields," according to the statement.  
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