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    Post by Rocky Thu 18 Jan 2024, 7:42 am

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    Baghdad - IA

    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani announced today, Thursday, that ending the mission of the international coalition is necessary for the security and stability of Iraq. While he indicated setting a goal to reduce dependence on oil revenues from 95 percent to 80 percent, he stressed that Iraq will be completely different for the better and is moving at confident steps.
    The Prime Minister said, during a dialogue session within the work of the Davos Economic Forum held in Switzerland, and followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): “The Iraqi people emerged victorious over the adversities that the country has faced over the past years,” adding: “We are trying to move with steady steps in the areas of providing... Job opportunities and services.
    He stressed that "the discourse of political forces today is national and there is competition in providing services to citizens," adding: "Reliance on oil revenues has weakened the economic situation of the state, and we have set a goal to reduce dependence on those revenues from 95 percent to 80 percent."
    He added, "The energy sector has not been invested properly, and the government has turned to important strategic projects, including the development path and the petrochemical sector, to diversify sources of income," noting that "one of the challenges facing Iraq is not conveying a correct picture of the situation."
    He continued: "We have appreciation and respect for the international position and its standing with us against ISIS," stressing that "the readiness of the armed forces is a factor of stability for the situation in Iraq, and for that reason we have begun to implement the government's commitment to arrange a dialogue to end the international coalition's mission in the country."
    He stressed, saying: “After the attacks that took place on the Iraqi headquarters, we will enter into dialogue to arrange a schedule for the end of the international coalition’s missions in Iraq,” adding: “This is a popular and official demand and we are serious about this matter, and the end of the international coalition’s missions is necessary for the security and stability of Iraq and the continuation of good relations between Iraq and other countries.” "Alliance."
    Regarding the war on Palestine, the Prime Minister said: “The security problems of the Middle East ignore the reality of the struggle of the Palestinian people and their right to establish their state with Jerusalem as its capital,” adding: “We are facing a genocide of the Palestinians in Gaza, and the international community is ignoring that.”
    He warned of "the scope of the conflict expanding and has expanded," stressing "the need for the international community to assume its legal and moral responsibility towards Palestine and against the occupation."
    He concluded by saying: “At every moment there are children and women falling victim in Gaza, and there is a failure in the international community regarding this matter,” warning that “more than 78 decisions have not been implemented by the international community, in addition to its decisions being ignored.”
    On the other hand, the Prime Minister said: “Iraq has common interests with everyone,” stressing that “Iran is a neighboring country that stood with Iraq against ISIS.”
    He continued his speech: “We have interests with the United States and it stood with us in overthrowing the regime,” stressing: “Just as we do not allow interference in other countries, we do not allow interference in our affairs.”
    He stressed that "Iraq is an essential country in the stability of the region, and believes in strengthening the relationship with everyone," adding: "We have a basic partnership with the European Union and our relationship is distinguished in all fields."
    Regarding the climate file, the Prime Minister said: “I called for the formation of a negotiating committee with the Gulf states because of the climate,” adding: “One of our most important energy reform steps is gas investment.”
    He continued: "We have started with a correct management system for optimal use of water," stressing: "Iraq will be completely different for the better and moving at confident steps, and we are facing a strong, unified, stable and economically new Iraq."
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