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    Al-Sudani confirms Iraq's readiness to host the Arab Network conference

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    Post by Rocky Sun 12 May 2024, 5:21 am

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    [size=52]Al-Sudani confirms Iraq's readiness to host the Arab Network conference[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani received, today, Sunday, the Secretary-General of the Arab Network for National Human Rights Institutions, Sultan bin Hassan Al-Jamali, and his accompanying delegation.
    A statement from the Prime Minister's Office received by Al-Maalouma stated, "The meeting witnessed discussion of the human rights file, the work of local, regional and international organizations in this field, and a review of the development witnessed by the Iraqi legal and constitutional environment, in ensuring the rights of individuals and groups and general civil rights."
    The Prime Minister affirmed "Iraq's readiness and welcome to hold the next conference of the Arab Network in the capital, Baghdad, as part of the government's efforts to create the general climate for the work of human rights institutions and organizations, and to hold development conferences and workshops that support their activities."
    He also witnessed, according to the statement, “a review of the current events in the Gaza Strip and the continued aggression against our Palestinian people, the human rights violations that violated all international moral standards, and the role of the international community, with its human rights and legal institutions and organizations, in stopping these organized crimes.” End 25

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