Foreign Minister: Iraq is looking forward to a long-term partnership with the United States

02/2021/08 16:37

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Baghdad / Obelisk: On Monday, February 8, 2021, Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein expressed Iraq’s aspiration for a long-term partnership with the United States.

Fouad Hussein said, in his speech at the emergency meeting: “We congratulate the Al-Ula summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council,” noting that “the importance of returning Syria to membership in the Arab League, and we renew the call to return its seat in the League.”

He continued: “We hope to strengthen cooperation to confront terrorism,” adding that Iraq is looking forward to “a long-term partnership with the United States.”

Hussein added, “We appreciate the stances of the Arab countries to offer condolences to the government of Iraq on the impact of the terrorist act in Tayaran.”

On Monday, at the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo, the work of the emergency meeting of Arab foreign ministers began, with the participation of Iraq, to discuss the current Arab conditions and the latest developments in the international arena.

The meeting will discuss developments in the region, and how to deal with the policy of the new administration in Washington, as well as studying and addressing some organizational issues related to the structure and functioning of the Arab League.

And Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein arrived in Cairo on Sunday at the head of a delegation and met its Secretary General Ahmed Aboul Gheit and visited the university’s attaché, in which Iraq participated 100%.

“Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein will discuss with senior officials in Egypt the latest findings of the joint committees in the committee’s work, and he will also discuss the latest developments of common interest in the Arab arena, with a number of foreign ministers of the countries participating in the meeting,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahhaf announced. .

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