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    In the time of Sudanese... Did Iraq's balance shift from Iran towards the Gulf?

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    Post by Rocky Fri 21 Jun 2024, 4:42 am

    In the time of Sudanese... Did Iraq's balance shift from Iran towards the Gulf?

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    The leader of the Sovereignty Alliance, Hassan al-Jubouri, confirmed today, Thursday (June 20, 2024), that Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani succeeded in strengthening Iraq’s foreign relations with all countries of the region and the world, in a talk about the extent to which al-Sudani strengthened Baghdad’s relations with the Gulf in a balanced manner with Iran, unlike in years. Previous.
    Al-Jubouri told "Baghdad Today", "Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani has achieved great and notable success in strengthening Iraq's foreign relations, especially with the countries of the region, the Gulf, and all the countries of the world, and this is what strengthens Iraq's position in its surroundings among all the countries of the world."
    He stated that "Sudani's success in this matter is due to adopting a policy of balance in building all foreign relations and refusing to let Iraq be part of any axis in the region and the world, and this matter restored Baghdad to its pioneering and leadership role throughout the region," considering that "the next stage will witness more development in The level of foreign relations with all countries of the world, except for the Zionist entity.”
    Observers believe that one of the statements of “Hazm Al-Sudani” regarding this issue is his rejection of the Iranian objection to the issue of naming the Arabian Gulf, during the days of the Gulf Championship that was held in Basra months ago, where Al-Sudani said in an interview with the German “Deutsche Welle” that “the Gulf states This is a reality, and we do not want to get involved in these problems that some are trying to raise,” he said, noting that he “respects all points of view, and today we are part of the Arab system, and we are keen on the continuity of our relationship with the Arab Gulf states.”
    Specialists point out that talk about “Iranian hegemony” over Iraq is unrealistic, as no one can impose anything on another country or force it to do anything, and that all types of Iran’s growing influence in Iraq were with the help, choice and internal desire of governments in line with political forces. controlling the political scene, but the Sudanese government, with the reassurances obtained by the political forces surrounding it, gave freedom to the Sudanese to act according to new standards.
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