The global diplomatic compass is heading towards Baghdad


Since 2017-08-10 at 12:04 (Baghdad time)


Baghdad Mawazine News

The global diplomatic compass has moved towards Iraq to reaffirm its importance and influential role in the course and future of the region and the world.

Delegations coming from the east and west of the country to Baghdad welcomed the Iraqi victories over terrorism and confirmed their efforts to open up prospects for cooperation in all fields.

During the past two days, the capital Baghdad has witnessed a high-level international and Arab diplomatic movement. Algeria, which sent its foreign minister at the head of a high-ranking delegation, confirmed during his meetings with the three presidencies that the victory of the Iraqis gave great hope to stability in the region.

Prime Minister Haider Abadi also received in his office Wednesday the envoy of German Chancellor Eckhard Proze and his accompanying delegation.

During the meeting, they discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to strengthen them in all fields, in addition to the war on terrorism and support for Iraq in various sectors. He congratulated him on the victory of terrorism and the liberation of Mosul, stressing his country’s support for Iraq in the economic field, restoring stability and establishing projects in the province of Basra, as well as cooperation in the fields of opening hospitals and treatment centers for the wounded.

Abadi also met with Lebanese Defense Minister Yacoub Riyad Al-Sarraf, who praised the Iraqi forces, their courage and their victories over the terrorist gangs.

On Thursday, Baghdad hosts Jordan’s foreign minister, followed by an Iranian minister to discuss the issue of joint cooperation, while the defense minister discussed with his Lebanese counterpart the relations and military cooperation between the two countries.


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