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    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Jan 2024, 6:35 am

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    [size=52]Al-Sudani reiterates his emphasis on the necessity of ending the tasks of the international coalition in Iraq[/size]
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     On Monday, the Prime Minister, Mr. Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, renewed his emphasis on Iraq’s vision regarding ending the mission of the international coalition to fight ISIS.
      A statement from Al-Sudani's office received by Al-Maalouma stated that he "received the Dutch Ambassador to Iraq, Hans Sande, and during the meeting, bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to strengthen them were reviewed." 
    During the meeting, he pointed out Iraq's openness to all forms of partnership and joint work in various fields, in particular the activation of the joint water council between the two countries, in addition to the importance of the Netherlands assuming leadership of the NATO mission in Iraq, mid-May.

    Al-Sudani renewed, according to the statement, “Iraq’s vision regarding the mission of the international coalition to fight ISIS, in the next stage, which must include joint technical work to end this mission, and move to the levels of bilateral security and military cooperation.”  
    For his part, the ambassador delivered, during the meeting, an official invitation from Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to visit the Netherlands in order to discuss more opportunities for partnership between the two countries, and to convey his country’s government’s desire to increase levels of cooperation, pointing to the positive relations between the Netherlands and Iraq, as well as About the desire of Dutch companies to work within Iraqi development programs and rebuild infrastructure. End 25
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