Abdul Mahdi: Iraq Is Witnessing Stability And National Unity And Pursue A Policy Of Openness To All Neighboring Arab And Islamic Countries

Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said that Iraq is witnessing stability and national unity and adopts a policy of openness to all neighboring Arab and Islamic countries.

The Prime Minister’s Office said “Prime Minister, Abdul Mahdi received the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Hassan Shukri, and the Jordanian, Ayman Safadi, where they at the beginning of the meeting convoyed greetings of the Egyptian president and the Jordanian monarch,”.

The Prime Minister affirmed that the achievement of the tripartite summit meeting in Cairo was important and constitutes a success for the Arab countries and their peoples, and that Iraq’s depth is in Arab and Islamic relations and our mutual cooperation is reflected positively on the internal stability of our countries, and we have no limits for cooperation except for the totalitarian regimes and routines.

The Prime Minister hailed the wise and courageous positions of the Egyptian President and His Majesty the King of Jordan, as well as the joint relations between the two countries.

The Egyptian Foreign Minister said that the Iraqi- Egyptian relations have a great weight and we have varied experiences and diverse experiences that can be integrated. And we are pleased with the stability and development of Iraq and to see the capital of Baghdad in a new form, expressing Egypt’s readiness to further cooperate and put the outcome of the summit into effect.

For his part, the Jordanian Foreign Minister affirmed that the fundamentals of advancement are available to the three countries to possess a cultural and historical heritage. The summit meeting was an important initiative and aims at creating a stable and productive investment environment that serves the interests of our Arab nation and stability and development in the region and praises the courage and sacrifices of the Iraqi people

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The meeting was attended by the Egyptian and Jordanian ambassadors in Baghdad and officials of the foreign ministries of the two brotherly countries. The meeting was attended by Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim, National Security Adviser Faleh al-Fayyad and a number of officials and advisors.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency