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    Al-Sudani did not look at Biden “eye-to-eye.” The advisor comments

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    Al-Sudani did not look at Biden “eye-to-eye.” The advisor comments Empty Al-Sudani did not look at Biden “eye-to-eye.” The advisor comments

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    [size=52]Al-Sudani did not look at Biden “eye-to-eye.” The advisor comments[/size]

    [size=45]Farhad Alaa El-Din, advisor to Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, responded to some comments about the Sudanese’s “body language” during his meeting with the American President, and said that the nature of the seating positions imposed a lack of visual contact. On the other hand, Alaa El-Din stressed that the path of development that Iraq is working on Despite his achievement, it is, without competition and debate, the shortest and best route for Asian goods to Europe. He also spoke about the necessity of thinking about non-military mechanisms to deal with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party file, such as repeating Iraq’s experience with the Kurdish parties opposed to Iran, which ended with an agreement that led to the capture of Iraqi forces. Official border areas.[/size]
    [size=45]Farhad Alaa El-Din, Advisor to the Prime Minister for Foreign Relations, with the journalist Ahmed Mulla Talal:
    If goods go from Mumbai, India, by ship and arrive at Al-Faw, and then are loaded by a truck that will only stop in Paris, for example, they will arrive within two or three days, while the other ways will take 5-6 days. For days, without discussion... the shortest path between East and West is the path of development.[/size]
    [size=45]Iraq decided, through the National Security Council, to consider the PKK a banned party in Iraq and prevent its activities. This is the first step. Turkey considers the activities of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party a threat to its national security. This problem is linked to the stability of the region and Iraq, and it is necessary for there to be some kind of peaceful solution. The military solution is not always useful, and at the same time it is important for us, as Iraqis and as a government, to develop alternatives... What is the alternative (to the status quo and military solutions)... This was the discussion, because one of the solutions that succeeded with Iran is to establish border guards and control the borders... Now we do not We hold the borders in these rugged mountainous areas, and this is one of the theses that will be on this side.[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding the visit of the Iraqi delegation to Washington, we sat for 40 minutes in the cabinet room in the White House, and the topics written in the joint statement were what were discussed at the time in text, such as the environment files, the issue of the Kurdistan region, and oil exports, as they are very interested in the return of exports, and paying the rights of American companies operating. In Kurdistan and so on... In the end, nothing is hidden.[/size]
    [size=45]- Why did Sudanese not put his eyes in Biden's eyes when he spoke?[/size]
    [size=45]The most important thing is what the Sudanese said to the American president: The room was small, the manner of the session and the chairs were not facing each other, and there was a crowd of journalists in front of him, and he must talk to the camera and not to the president.[/size]
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