Amir of Kuwait to Abadi: We are ready to provide all kinds of support to encourage reconstruction and investment in Iraq

Wednesday, June 21,

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Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Wednesday that Iraq is willing to develop relations and cooperation with Kuwait in all fields.

Al-Abbadi said in a statement that Al-Abbadi “reviewed the results of his visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran, which aims to strengthen relations and exchange of interests and cooperation.” against terrorism”.

The statement quoted Abadi as saying that “terrorism is living the final moments, and the Iraqis have united in confronting it.” He pointed out that “these victories would have been achieved without the cooperation between the citizens and our heroic forces, as well as that we have won our people and Anis between Iraqis and others.”

Abadi stressed “the depth of relations with the State of Kuwait and the desire of Iraq to develop and cooperate in all fields, as well as” the importance of removing the region from tensions and achieve security and stability for all our nations and peoples. “

“We stand by your side in your work and bless your efforts to stabilize the Iraqi people, and we are ready to offer all kinds of support and cooperation and to encourage reconstruction and investment,” he said, adding that he was proud of the level of relations between the two countries. And his optimism to overcome and resolve outstanding issues in the spirit of love and confidence that prevail in the relationship between the two neighboring countries.

Abadi arrived in Kuwait on Wednesday morning after concluding his visit to Saudi Arabia and Iran in the past two days.


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