Praised the efforts of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation with his country and its people
A meeting of the Prime Minister of Iraq, Adel Abdul Mahdi, the Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. Yousef Al-Othaimeen in Jeddah (SPA)
Jeddah: Middle East Online
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said that the situation in his country has become safe and normal, praising the efforts of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation with his country during the last period.
“Today, Iraq is not like yesterday,” Abdul-Mahdi said during a meeting in Jeddah on Thursday with the Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Dr. Yusuf al-Othaimeen, adding that Baghdad was “constantly receiving friendly and friendly delegations.”
“The most important thing for us is to work on building and rebuilding Iraq and establishing the best relations with the neighboring countries and the Arab and Islamic countries,” he said, stressing that they were “serious about implementing the agreements signed in Saudi Arabia.”
He called on the Iraqi Prime Minister to continue fighting extremism and terrorist ideology and uprooting it “to the danger to the security of our countries and our peoples.”
He stressed the important role played by the Organization in promoting joint Islamic action, pointing to Baghdad’s keenness to strengthen its relationship with the organization that “supported Iraq and its people”.
For his part, congratulated the Secretary-General of the Organization Prime Minister of Iraq «the formation of the government and the success of its direction and policy in the openness to the Arab and Islamic environment, and the stability of Iraq after the victory on the organization of calling the terrorist who offended Islam and Muslims», expressing confidence that the new Iraqi government «More security, stability and prosperity for the Iraqi people».
Al-Othaimeen said that «Iraq is an institution and we rely heavily on its role and its history and depth of civilization, and we are happy for its stability and prosperity», adding: «continue to support to take the place it deserves».
He pointed to the organization’s keenness to develop strong relations with Baghdad for the good of the Islamic Ummah, and said: “We will spare no effort in supporting and supporting Iraq, especially at this important stage in which efforts to rebuild the areas destroyed by the war.”
He pointed to the seriousness of terrorism and its thinking on the region, considering it “plague of the times” that everyone must face.