Speaker of Parliament and the US ambassador to discuss strengthening joint cooperation to combat terrorism and to support the region’s stability


History of edits:: 2017/6/22 14:148 times readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} Search Speaker of Parliament and the US ambassador ways of enhancing joint cooperation in the fight against terrorism and to support the stability of the region.
A statement by his office and Euphrates News Agency {} received a copy of it today that “House Speaker Salim al – Jubouri received, on Thursday, the US ambassador to Iraq , Mr. Douglas Suleiman.”
He added , “During the meeting , they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and continuing especially in the fight against terrorism and strengthen security and stability of Iraq and the region , cooperation, and ways to increase the pace of support for Iraq by the international community on the level of thehumanitarian side and aid displaced after increasing their numbers recently.”
Parliament speaker stressed that the United States had a great role in supporting Iraq during its war against Daesh gangs of terror, and that these joint efforts havecontributed to reducing the spread of terrorism and contributed to the protection of the peoples of the region and the world of danger and threats. ”
The statement continued , ” The meeting dealt with the developments of the scene regional, and Iraq ‘s efforts to develop its relations with the countries of the region soas to enhance political stability and economic role. ”
for his part, the US ambassador stressed that” the United States continues to support Iraq in its war against terrorism and in the relief and humanitarian field, and support for the efforts of Iraq in support of settled R Zone “.anthy

 

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