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Today, Saturday (August 19, 2023), the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee commented on what it called the success of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani in removing Iraq from American-Iranian hegemony.
Committee member Muthanna Amin told "Baghdad Today" that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani has been working since assuming the duties of heading the Iraqi government to balance regional and international relations, and he has succeeded in doing so so far, and declared Iraq's permanent position in its refusal to be part of the policy of axes." ".
Amin stated that "Al-Sudani is definitely working to remove Iraq from any international or regional hegemony, but at the same time there is difficulty in achieving this matter, especially since this hegemony is not born today, but rather it has been present in Iraq for years and we need time and a lot of effort." Decisions and political support to remove the country from any regional and international hegemony.
Since its birth, the government of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani has worked, according to observers, to adopt and pursue a policy of external openness for Iraq towards regional and global countries with the aim of gaining international support for the new government, which was formed after difficult labor and a political crisis that lasted for more than a year.
Iraq seeks balance
Al-Sudani stresses on several occasions that Iraq has adopted the principle of balance in foreign relations, in a way that enhances its stability and achieves the interests of its people and the security of the region, with reference to the government's desire to expand the horizons of bilateral cooperation in various sectors.
Sudanese learned the lesson
It seems that Muhammad Shia al-Sudani was well aware of the failures of previous governments and began conducting a series of messages, signals, and meetings with Arab and foreign politicians and diplomats from different countries, which included positive tendencies to achieve more openness in Iraq's relations with its neighbors, its regional environment, and the international space, in a way that enhances its position, enshrines its sovereignty and expands interests, as well as making it a meeting point and an arena for understanding and dialogue between the parties.