Al-Kazemi: Iraq wishes to benefit from the Finnish experience in resolving international disputes

23-07-2020 02:12 PM

Baghdad / news

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi expressed Iraq’s desire to benefit from the Finnish experience in order to resolve international disputes to achieve stability and peace.

A statement from Al-Kazemi’s office received by Al-Akhbariya said that the latter “received, today, the Finnish Foreign Minister, Pekka Haavisto.”

He added, “Haavisto regards the Prime Minister of Finland, Mrs. Sana Marin, to the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and her welcome to the steps taken by Mr. Al-Kazemi, since he assumed the premiership.”

Haavisto said, according to the statement, “His government views with great appreciation the realistic and balanced position of Iraq in its relations with its neighbors, the region and the world, and Finland’s desire to build the best relations with Iraq, and to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries in various fields.”

For his part, the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, welcomed the visit of “the Finnish Foreign Minister and his accompanying delegation to Baghdad, and praised Finland’s positive positions in support of Iraq in the political, economic and security fields, expressing optimism about the future of bilateral relations between Iraq and the European Union in general.”

Al-Kazemi expressed “Iraq’s desire to benefit from the experience and role of Finland in resolving international disputes, in order to achieve peace and stability, stressing the importance of developing cooperation in the field of investment and strengthening the role of Finnish companies operating in Iraq, and providing support to them.”

Al-Kazemi stressed the Iraqi government’s desire to continue security cooperation with Finland within the international coalition against terrorism, stressing the need for “the role of the international coalition in Iraq to be in accordance with the principle of Iraq’s sovereignty and priorities, and in a form that ensures that ISIS does not pose any threat to Iraq and the region” And the world. ”

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