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    After concluding his visit to the United States and returning to Baghdad... Al-Sudani confirms that

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    04/20/2024
    Hussein Al-Saadi:
    The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, directed the Iraqi embassy in Washington to follow up on all files and understandings with the United States, and to provide the best services to the Iraqi community, and as he returned to Baghdad after concluding his visit to the United States, he confirmed that the development path project The corridor will be the least expensive and fastest in transportation.
    A statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Media Office stated: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani paid a visit to the Iraqi embassy in Washington on the sidelines of his official visit to the United States of America.”
    The statement indicated that the Prime Minister reviewed the work of the embassy and the performance of its employees and workers, praising “the efforts made during his current official visit, and the good organization, especially what was made by the Iraqi ambassador to the United States.”
    Al-Sudani called on the embassy team to “exert more effort, and put Iraq’s service and reputation before every action or step it takes.”
    The Prime Minister explained in his conversation with the embassy team that “the understandings and files that were worked on during the visit require close follow-up and focus on the success of the subsequent requirements required by the files and bilateral memorandums of understanding with the United States of America, and working in accordance with the objectives of the government program and contributing to its achievement.”
    The Prime Minister also directed the embassy staff, each according to their duties and specializations, “to give care and attention to the members of the Iraqi community in the United States, and to work to provide all possible services and facilities that they need.”
    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed that the development road project will be the lowest cost and fastest transportation corridor during the next four decades.
    The Prime Minister’s Media Office stated in a statement received by Al-Zawraa: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani received, at his residence in Washington, representatives of specialized research centers in Iraq and the region, on the sidelines of his official visit to the United States of America.”
    At the beginning of the meeting, the Prime Minister stressed, according to the statement, “the importance of this visit, which coincided with the 21st anniversary of change in Iraq, and at a time when work is underway to move the relationship with America to the level of comprehensive partnership through joint committees, where constructive and frank dialogues took place with the President.” Biden and the members of the American administration on the mechanisms for transitioning bilateral relations, and ending the coalition’s mission, based on the framework and partnership agreement that has been suspended since 2008.”
    The Prime Minister pointed out that “the business delegation that accompanied him on the visit was carefully selected, and the way was paved for a twinning contract between Iraqi and American companies, describing the Iraqi community in America as a qualitative community that includes competencies that can strengthen bilateral relations.”
    Al-Sudani stated, “Iraq is proceeding with the implementation of the Development Road project,” noting that “feasibility studies have diagnosed that the project will be the lowest-cost and fastest-transporting corridor during the next four decades, indicating that among the goals of the Development Road is the localization of industries in Iraq.” Being in the region, Al-Sudani stressed that “Iraq worked a lot to prevent the expansion of the conflict, and warned that the continued systematic killing of civilians would lead to violence and extremism, stressing that efforts were being made to reduce the escalation.”
    The Prime Minister listened to the proposals of the centers’ representatives, and answered their questions and inquiries regarding the future relationship with the United States, tension in the region, Iraq’s foreign relations, and economic and climate challenges.
    In addition, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani returned to the capital, Baghdad, after concluding his official visit to the United States. The Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement received by Al-Zawraa: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani returned to the capital, Baghdad, after concluding his official visit to the United States of America, which included holding a series of meetings, discussions, seminars, dialogue sessions, and other events, which are as follows:
    ■ Meeting with US President Joseph Biden
    ■ Receiving Secretary of State Anthony Blinken
    ■ Visiting the Pentagon headquarters and meeting with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin
    ■ Receiving Czech Prime Minister Peter Fiala
    ■ Receiving US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas
    ■ Receiving US Treasury Under Secretary Wally Adeyemo
    ■ Sponsoring the signing of 18 memorandums of understanding in Energy, economy, oil sector development and pharmaceutical industry
    ■ Receiving a number of members of the House of Representatives from the Republican and Democratic parties
    ■ Receiving the head of the Democratic Caucus in the US House of Representatives, Seth Molten
    ■ Receiving Democratic US Senator Tim Kaine
    ■ Receiving US Senator Lindsey Graham
    ■ Receiving a number of Former US ambassadors who served in Iraq.
    ■ Receiving the Chairman of the US Wheat Council, Vince Peterson
    ■ Receiving a delegation from JPMorgan Bank
    ■ Receiving the President of GE Vernova Energy Technology Company, Scott Strazik
    ■ Receiving a delegation from the American company (Stellar Energy)
    ■ Receiving a delegation from the American company (General Dynamics)
    ■ Receiving a delegation from the American company (Baker Hughes) of America
    ■ Receiving the delegation of the company (Lockheed Martin), which is responsible for manufacturing the F16 aircraft
    ■ Receiving the president of the American company (Hanwell) Ken West
    ■ Receiving the president of KBR Sustainable Technology Solutions, Jay Ibrahim, in Houston
    ■ Meeting a number of major specialized American companies In the field of oil and gas in the city of Houston in a workshop
    ■ A meeting with an elite of Iraqi businessmen in the American state of Michigan
    ■ Receiving a delegation from the Baker Institute for Energy Studies and Research in Houston
    ■ A meeting with representatives of research centers specialized in Iraq and the region in Washington
    ■ A dialogue at the Atlantic Council Foundation in the capital American Washington
    ■ Dialogue symposium at Johns Hopkins University in Washington
    ■ Meeting with a group of the Iraqi community in the American capital, Washington
    ■ Meeting with the Iraqi community in the American city of Houston
    ■ Meeting with a large crowd of the Iraqi community at the Islamic Forum in the American state of Michigan
    ■ Meeting with a group of the Iraqi community in The Iraqi Chaldean Center in the US state of Michigan
    ■ Received an artifact dating back to the Sumerian civilization (2900-3000 years BC) from the Metropolitan Museum in New York
    ■ Receiving the family of American citizen Kayla Mueller, who was kidnapped by ISIS terrorist gangs in the Syrian city of Aleppo in 2013, and was liquidated in 2015.
    ■ A meeting with representatives and correspondents of a number of Western media outlets in Washington.
    ■ An interview with the American news network CNN.
    ■ An interview with a newspaper. The American Washington Post
    ■ A press interview with Al-Monitor
    ■ An interview with the Wall Street Journal
    ■ A television interview with the American PBS channel
    ■ A visit to the Iraqi embassy in Washington, and a meeting with its employees.[/size]
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