Political Since 27/08/2016 16:33 pm (Baghdad time)
Baghdad balances News
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met on Saturday, the US ambassador to Iraq, Stuart Jones, with the last confirmed his country’s support for Iraq and thanked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for its contribution to the successful work of the embassy in Baghdad.
The press office of Jaafari, in a statement received / balances News / copy of it, “Aforajh Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with US Ambassador in Baghdad Stuart Jones on the occasion of his duties diplomacy in Iraq have ended.”
The statement added that, “The meeting reviewed the progress of bilateral relations between Baghdad and Washington over the past period and mechanisms developed to serve the interests of the two friendly peoples.”
He continued, that “al-Jaafari wished the ambassador Muwafaqiya and success in the coming diplomatic mission, praising his role in supporting the development of relations and opening the prospects of joint cooperation between the two countries.”
He called on al-Jaafari, according to the statement, to “open up more prospects for cooperation in various fields and benefit from the American experience and activate the agreements signed between the two conventions,” adding that “Iraq has achieved major victories against Daesh terrorist gangs demolished by the people of Iraq who have lost their lives on the palm desist and fighting for himself and on behalf of the whole world and with the help of friendly countries and the international coalition. ”
He stressed al-Jaafari, that “terrorism targeting the whole humanity and the nations of the world to intensify their efforts to eliminate this common threat,” explaining that “Iraq needs the support of friendly countries because it is going through exceptional circumstances is the security challenge and the war against terrorists Daesh economic challenge and the drop in oil prices and the cost of war.” .
He stressed that “the battle of Mosul require more efforts and coordination to accelerate the elimination of Daesh and the provision of humanitarian assistance to the displaced families and reduce the size of the losses gangs.”
For his part, US Ambassador Stuart Jones confirmed “his country would continue to support Iraq in various fields and urged the international community to provide necessary to eliminate terrorism and the return of security and stability for Iraq supplies.”
He added that “the United States continuing its commitment to the agreements signed between the two countries and their quest to establish better relations,” and expressed his thanks “for its Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the success of the work of the embassy in Baghdad,” .anthy 29 / A 43