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Iraqi Parliament Speaker leaves the country after an official visit
Left the country the day the President of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Iraq sister, Dr. Salim Abdullah al-Jubouri and his entourage after an official visit to the country lasted for three days.
It was at a farewell Jubouri and his accompanying delegation, Vice Chairman of the Board of the nation Mubarak sons Khurainej and Head of Mission of Honor MP Faisal Al-Shaya and Kuwait’s ambassador to Iraq, Ghassan Al-Zawawi and the Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq to Kuwait Mohammed Hussein Bahr al-Ulum and Assistant Secretary-General for members and the public relations and media Sami Al Shaya.
(KUNA) – The head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Dr. Salim al-Jubouri, the “success” of his visit and the Iraqi parliamentary delegation to Kuwait through “positive encounters” which collected with the political leadership represented by HH the Amir and the National Assembly Speaker and HH the Prime Minister.
He congratulated al-Jubouri, at a press conference at his residence here today the Kuwaiti people on the choice of the State of Kuwait hub for humanitarian work and the designation of HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al Sabah, the leader of the humanitarian work by the United Nations, noting that this award represents a “source of pride for Iraq, Kuwait and the Arab and Islamic nation.”
He said that his delegation was visiting, which represents “the entire spectrum of Iraq,” came to strengthen the bonds of mutual cooperation and cooperation in all fields that serve the interests of the two countries on the basis of mutual respect and finding a unified Arab countries which exceed the problems and issues of the region.
He added that the meetings he held here dealt discuss future prospects of the relationship between the two countries, “bypassing the black last page in the history of the two countries and we look forward to the stage of the best and finest of which we open the pages of mutual cooperation.”
He reported that the visit succeeded in crystallizing a number of understandings between the House of Representatives of the Iraqi and Kuwaiti National Assembly through the creation of parliamentary committees common to discuss all bilateral issues, along with “the blessing of the extraordinary efforts undertaken by the governments of the two countries and the joint committees, which were able to end a lot of binary files.”