policy , 2023/06/06 11:30 , the number of readings: 207
[rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the eighth round of political dialogue between Iraq and Japan witnessed a discussion of strengthening bilateral cooperation at all levels.
Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahhaf said in a statement, "The Undersecretary for Bilateral Relations, Muhammad Hussein Bahr Al-Uloum, chaired the meeting of the eighth round of political dialogue between Iraq and Japan, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building. During the meeting, the most important internal political situation in Iraq and ways to enhance bilateral cooperation between Iraq and Iraq were discussed. Iraq and Japan at all political, economic and security levels.
Al-Sahhaf stated that "the two sides exchanged views on a number of current regional and international issues, including the negotiations conducted by the Group (15) countries regarding the re-implementation of the Iranian nuclear agreement and views on developments in the Russian- Ukrainian conflict," noting that "the two sides stressed the need to intensify Negotiations to expedite an end to this conflict.
Bahr al-Uloom said, according to the statement, that "the Iraqi government is continuing to implement its governmental program that includes reforming the financial and economic sectors, improving services and combating administrative and financial corruption in accordance with the approved timetables," noting "Iraq's aspiration for Japan's support for the Iraqi government's efforts."
He stressed "the importance of the discussions that the two sides are conducting to complete the signing of a number of agreements related to the oil industries and areas of management and liquidation, and that the Iraqi government, out of its keenness to stabilize the situation in Iraq and in the Middle East region, has launched many initiatives of economic cooperation between the countries of the region," pointing out," The pioneering role of Iraq in the return of Saudi-Iranian relations and the return of Syria to its seat in the Arab League, and the results and recommendations of the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership in its first and second editions.
For his part, Japanese Assistant Foreign Minister Kansuke Nagaoka stressed, according to the statement, Japan's keenness to exchange views on political issues of common concern, appreciating Iraq's pioneering role
. political, economic and security.
He referred to "the upcoming visit of the Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, to Japan," stressing "Japan's keenness to complete the procedures for achieving this visit as soon as possible."[/rtl]
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