[size=36]Tajikistan expresses its desire to open an embassy in Baghdad[/size]
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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fuad Hussein met with Foreign Minister of Tajikistan Sirajuddin Muhreddin, at the United Nations headquarters in New York, on the sidelines of the United Nations Water Conference for the year 2023. According to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, "the two sides
discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and the necessity Building it according to common interests, and facing common risks, in addition to the importance of exchanging visits between officials of the two countries. They also discussed regional and international issues of common concern, and the need to adopt a political solution in the crises afflicting the region.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs expressed "Iraq's desire to enhance cooperation at all political, economic, commercial, cultural and tourism levels, and the importance of coordination and exchange of support in international forums."
The Minister of Foreign Affairs called on Tajikistan to "open an embassy in Baghdad," considering it "an important step in the framework of strengthening relations between the two countries," while expressing "the readiness of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to provide all support to facilitate the procedures for opening it."
For his part, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan thanked the Iraqi government for helping to return the children and women of Tajikistan to their country, stressing his country's desire to cooperate with Iraq and open the Tajik embassy in Baghdad and launch the axes of political, cultural, commercial, economic and tourism cooperation within the framework of opening new horizons for cooperation. Joint venture, investing in many sectors and signing a number of agreements.
"In conclusion, the two sides exchanged invitations to visit both countries within the framework of strengthening bilateral relations between them," the statement added. Ended 29/N33