5 dead in US strikes on military headquarters on the Iraqi-Syrian border


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Date: June 28, 2021

At least five members of pro-Iranian factions were killed in US air strikes on the Iraqi-Syrian border, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Monday.

The observatory said, “At least 5 members of the Iraqi militias loyal to Iran were killed and others wounded, as US planes targeted military headquarters and the militias’ movements near the Iraqi-Syrian border, and inside Syrian territory.”

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The US Department of Defense announces new information about the bombing in Iraq: a direct message to Iran


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The US Department of Defense announces new information about the bombing in Iraq: a direct message to Iran

06.28.2021 – 03:34

The US Department of Defense announces new information about the bombing in Iraq: a direct message to Iran

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Baghdad – people   

The US Department of Defense revealed, at dawn on Monday, new information about the missile strikes that targeted sites on the Iraqi-Syrian border.  

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Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said in an interview with US media that “the strikes were accurate against facilities and weapons depots used by Iranian-backed factions in two locations in Syria and another in Iraq.”  

Kirby added that “the strike targeted sites of the Hezbollah Brigades and Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada’ in the border area between Iraq and Syria.”  In the context, Pentagon spokeswoman Jessica McNulty said in a statement to Al-Hurra about the US military strike in Iraq and Syria that “it is estimated that each strike hit the intended targets, and we are currently evaluating the effects of the operation.”

“The strikes were a necessary, appropriate and deliberate measure to reduce the risk of escalation,” McNulty said.

“We want to explain to Iran the consequences of supporting (the militias),” she said.

“The elimination of these factions will disrupt and weaken the operational capacity of the armed groups and deter additional attacks,” she added.  

On Monday, a senior Pentagon official denied there were fears of reactions after the military strike by his air force against Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria.  

An American defense official described as “a familiar with the strikes” told “Fox News” and followed by “Nass” (June 28, 2021), that “the US Air Force’s F-15 and F-16 planes carried out the bombing operations and returned to their bases.”    

The official added, “At least one facility used by Iranian factions to launch drones has been destroyed.”    

The official said he did not expect “many casualties from Iranian-backed forces because of the timing of the strike.”    

“All American planes returned to their bases without problems,” the official added.  

On Monday, the Sayyid al-Shuhada Brigades mourned four fighters who were killed as a result of the American bombing that targeted sites on the Iraqi-Syrian border.  

In a statement, the battalions mourned the dawn of Monday (June 28, 2021) the families of its four fighters, who are: “Hussein Ali Abdul-Hussein Saleh Al-Baydani, Karrar Saad Hamdan Jalub Al-Muhammadawi, Karrar Abdulaziz Zainal Al-Shabki, Muhammad Rumi Majid Mahasin Al-Fartousi.”  

And the US Department of Defense announced, on Monday, that its air forces bombed “weapon storage facilities for pro-Iranian militias” at a site in Iraq and another in Syria.  

The ministry said in a statement followed by “Nass”, at dawn (June 28, 2021), that the bombing “comes in response to the attacks by drones launched by these factions on American individuals and facilities in Iraq.”        

“This evening’s attacks show that President Biden is clear that he will act to protect Americans,” the statement added.        

Sources cited by international media indicated that “the bombing on the border targeted sites used by Kata’ib Hezbollah and Kata’ib Sayyid Al-Shuhada.”        

The Pentagon statement continued, “The sites that were targeted were used by armed factions.”        

The statement revealed that “President Biden directed more military action to disrupt and deter attacks by Iranian-backed groups against our interests in Iraq.”        

He pointed out that “our forces are present in Iraq at the invitation of the government in order to help defeat ISIS.”        

He also stressed that “the raids near the Iraqi-Syrian border were appropriately limited in scope and necessary to confront the threat.”     

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The Pentagon: We bombed weapons storage facilities at sites in Syria and Iraq

360 security  2021/06/28 02:29 
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The US Department of Defense announced that its air forces bombed “weapon storage facilities” in two locations inside Syria and another in Iraq. 

The ministry said in a statement that the bombing “comes in response to drone attacks carried out on American personnel and facilities in Iraq.” 

“This evening’s attacks show that US President Joe Biden is clear that he will act to protect Americans,” she added.

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The first Arab comment on the Baghdad summit

political| 07:57 – 27/06/2021

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Speaker of the Arab Parliament, Adel bin Abdul Rahman Al-Asumi, commented, on Sunday, on the tripartite summit between the leaders of Iraq, Egypt and Jordan.

Al-Soumi said in a statement received by Mawazine News, a copy of it, that “the tripartite summit hosted by the Republic of Iraq between the State of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq Mustafa Al-Kazemi, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, and His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn Al-Hussein, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, is “An exceptional summit in terms of its timing and importance, especially since it came at a time when Arab countries desperately need to support and consolidate the mechanism of consultation and coordination on issues of common concern, in a way that serves the interests of the Arab peoples, and achieves their aspirations for security, development and stability,” stressing that “cooperation Among the three countries, it represents an added value to enhance joint Arab action.
He stressed that ” the final communiqué of the summit” inaugurates a new phase of relations and cooperation between the three countries in many economic and investment fields, especially in light of the text of the statement on the launch of a project city ‘s economic Egyptian – Iraqi Jordanian. ”
The President of the The Arab Parliament / that “this summit contributes greatly to strengthening and consolidating the Arab incubator for Iraq,” stressing in this context that the participation of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi “gained an exceptional and special importance, given that it is the first visit of an Egyptian president to Iraq in nearly thirty years, which confirms Once again, the leadership of the Arab Republic of Egypt in its Arab and regional environment.
Al-Soumi stressed the importance of this summit in order to enhance political consultation between the leaders of the three countries on ways to address the challenges facing the Arab nation, and coordinate positions on developments in the Middle East region and ways to deal with them, as well as coordinating joint positions and efforts regarding confronting regional and external interference in internal affairs. The internal affairs of Arab countries, and the maintenance of Arab national security, in addition to strengthening cooperation in the field of combating terrorism.” Ended 29/A 43

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Al-Kazemi bid farewell to his “brothers”: We agreed to activate development projects between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan

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Shafaq News/ On Sunday, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced an agreement with Egypt and Jordan to activate joint development projects between the three countries.

Al-Kazemi said in a tweet on Twitter, which was followed by Shafak News Agency, “Baghdad, with kindness and love, invited the brothers, King Abdullah II and President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, after holding a successful summit.”

He pointed out that during the summit, “it was agreed to activate development projects between the three countries and expand the scope of cooperation at all levels, in order to serve our peoples and to enhance the approach of joint action.”

Today, in the capital, Baghdad, the tripartite summit was concluded between Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, and Jordan’s King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein.

The tripartite summit discussed inter-related files in the political, security and counter-terrorism fields, as well as economic cooperation and investment, which comes as a continuation of previous summit meetings.

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The issues of the region are at the fore in the Baghdad summit, and a number of security and economic agreements are on the horizon

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Shafaq News/ The Iraqi capital, Baghdad, witnessed, on Sunday, the proceedings of the tripartite summit between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt, which comes within the framework of keenness to strengthen the partnership relations that bring together the three countries, within the tripartite cooperation mechanism between them, and based on the sincere desire of the three brotherly countries to strengthen Ways of cooperation and increasing coordination mechanisms within the political, economic, commercial, industrial, security and other fields.

Baghdad summit

According to the final statement of the summit, which was received by Shafaq News Agency, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi hosted King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan, and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, in a tripartite summit held in Baghdad that discussed ways of cooperation, coordination and strategic integration between the three brotherly countries. Within the tripartite cooperation mechanism between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt.

This summit comes as a continuation of the efforts of the three leaders to enhance and integrate joint efforts between the three countries in all fields, and by building on the outcomes agreed upon in previous summits, the latest of which was the Amman Summit hosted by Jordan on August 25, 2020.

Support and praise

The leaders of Jordan and Egypt, according to the final statement, praised the “balanced diplomatic efforts made by the Iraqi government in strengthening regional security and stability, and its attempts to bring together views to resolve differences and end the crises afflicting the region, as well as the Iraqi government’s efforts to combat terrorism and confront the terrorist organization ISIS.” And with the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and the capabilities of their armed forces in defeating the terrorist organization, which contributed to warding off the dangers it posed, establishing security in Iraq and supporting stability in the region.

The leaders of Jordan and Egypt also valued the Iraqi government’s measures and steps towards implementing economic reforms and implementing its government program, which effectively contributed to overcoming the financial crisis caused by low oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona epidemic, and laid the foundations for growth and prosperity for the Iraqi economy.

Iraqi elections

The leaders of the two countries also provided their support for “the preparations of the Iraqi government in preparing for the parliamentary elections scheduled for next October and the completion of all their stages and requirements, in a way that contributes to the success of the electoral process and ensuring its transparency in an atmosphere of fair competition to choose the people’s representatives.”

The leaders of the two countries expressed their support for “the Iraqi government’s efforts to consolidate Iraq’s security, impose national sovereignty and prevent interference in its internal affairs.”

AlNahda dam

For their part, the leaders of Iraq and Jordan offered their support for “the positions of Egypt and Sudan on the issue of the Renaissance Dam, and stressed the need to refrain from taking any unilateral measures, including continuing to fill the Renaissance Dam, without reaching a fair, comprehensive and legally binding agreement on the rules for filling and operating the dam.” In a manner that achieves the interests of the three countries and preserves the water rights of Egypt and Sudan.

The Palestinian cause

During the Baghdad summit, the three leaders stressed the need to “activate efforts to achieve a just and comprehensive peace that meets all the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people and to achieve their legitimate demands to obtain their independent state on the June 4, 1967 lines, with East Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with international law and resolutions of international legitimacy.” 

The leaders affirmed, according to the final statement, that “resolving the conflict on the basis of international legitimacy resolutions is the only way to achieve a just, comprehensive and lasting peace in the region,” noting at the same time the need for “Israel to stop all measures that undermine the chances of achieving just peace, including those that It aims to change the historical and legal status quo in Jerusalem and its Islamic and Christian holy sites.

The leaders also valued the Egyptian role in “ending the recent round of escalation in Gaza and stopping Israeli military operations,” expressing their appreciation for “the tireless Egyptian efforts to consolidate the ceasefire and work to sustain the truce.”

The leaders welcomed “the Egyptian announcement of the Gaza reconstruction initiative as an Egyptian initiative aimed at alleviating the suffering of the residents of the Gaza Strip within the framework of the international efforts exerted in this regard,” praising the Egyptian active role in “Palestinian reconciliation as an indispensable issue for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.” “.

In turn, the leaders of Iraq and Egypt, according to the final statement, expressed their appreciation for “Jordan’s tireless and continuous efforts to stop the Israeli violations and attacks in the city of Jerusalem and the rest of the Palestinian territories, including Jordan’s efforts to stop the recent Israeli attacks, cease fire and restore calm.”

Syrian crisis

The leaders of the three countries reviewed the current regional and international developments and efforts to reach political solutions to crises in the region, especially in Syria, in accordance with relevant Security Council resolutions and approved references.

The leaders stressed the need to “reach a political solution to the Syrian crisis based on Security Council Resolution 2245 that preserves the security, stability and cohesion of Syria and provides appropriate conditions for the voluntary return of refugees.”

Libyan diplomacy

In a related context, the leaders welcomed the formation of the new interim Libyan government and the progress made, expressing their wishes for the Interim Presidential Council and the interim government success in managing the transitional phase and their support for the efforts to hold the elections on their scheduled date on December 24, 2021.

The leaders stressed, according to their final statement, the importance of “the exit of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya, in a way that contributes to restoring its sovereignty, territorial integrity and stability.”

The leaders of Iraq and Jordan also valued the tireless Egyptian efforts to “support the Libyan brothers, bring their views closer, and ensure the security and stability of the situation in Libya.”

Yemen crisis

On the other hand, the three leaders reviewed developments and efforts to reach political solutions to the crisis in Yemen according to the approved references, and support the efforts of the United Nations to “reach a political solution that achieves security and stability in this brotherly country.”

The leaders affirmed their “adherence to the principles of good neighborliness, non-interference in the internal affairs of countries, and pursuit of common interests.”

The leaders also stressed the importance of “continuing coordination and joint cooperation between the three countries to achieve common interests, enhance joint Arab action, and maintain security and stability in the region.”

Corona pandemic

The leaders called for “adopting the best ways and mechanisms to translate the strategic relations between the three countries on the ground, especially the economic and vital ones, and to seek to integrate resources and provide all possible facilities to increase the volume of trade exchange between them, and to strengthen efforts in the health, industrial and pharmaceutical fields, especially in light of the global consequences of the pandemic.” The new Corona virus affects health, food and economic security.

security coordination

The three leaders stressed the importance of “security and intelligence coordination between the three countries to combat terrorism, organized crime and drugs, exchange experiences in the field of forensic evidence, combat cybercrime and infiltration, and confront all those who support terrorism by financing, arming, or providing safe havens and media platforms,” ​​stressing the importance of Completing the comprehensive fight against terrorism.

Economic projects

On the other hand, the leaders of Iraq, Egypt and Jordan stressed, according to the final statement, the need to “follow the necessary procedures to start implementing the joint Iraqi-Jordanian economic city project, complete the necessary requirements for this, and give priority to companies from the three countries to participate in bids for its establishment.”

The leaders agreed on the necessity of “strengthening the electrical interconnection project and exchanging electric power between the three countries, linking the gas transmission networks between Iraq and Egypt through Jordan, and providing an outlet for the export of Iraqi oil through Jordan and Egypt by proceeding with the completion of the Arab gas pipeline and the establishment of the crude oil transmission line (Basra-Aqaba). And cooperation in various fields of electric power projects, renewable energy and petrochemicals, capacity building and exchange of experiences, and working to create an investment climate to support private sector companies to implement projects in the three countries.

industrial city

The leaders expressed the need for “cooperation in various priority industrial fields and sectors to enhance aspects of industrial cooperation and integration between the three countries in various productive fields, and to work on adopting the memorandum of understanding proposed by the Jordanian side to frame industrial cooperation and integration between the three countries, which includes facilitating the establishment of joint industrial projects between them.” Establishing joint permanent exhibitions on their lands, overcoming non-tariff technical obstacles facing the movement of trade exchange, and coordinating efforts to complete the establishment of an e-commerce portal.

Regional Marketing Company

The leaders also agreed on the necessity of “cooperating in the agricultural field and food security by completing the project of establishing a regional company for marketing agricultural products and signing the cooperation protocol in agricultural fields.”

The leaders pointed to the importance of “encouraging investment in the housing sector, roads, bridges and infrastructure projects in the three countries, and building partnerships between business owners, investors, contracting companies and engineering consultancy to contribute to building and construction and providing the necessary facilities to enhance the exchange of products and materials in the construction sector.”

Raising the level of trilateral cooperation التعاون

And in their efforts to enhance and raise the levels of economic cooperation between the three countries, the leaders directed, according to the final statement, to “hold a business forum on the sidelines of the first upcoming meeting of the ministers of industry and trade in the three countries, after it could not be held during the past year due to the circumstances of the Corona pandemic.”

travel and transportation 

The leaders also agreed on “cooperating in the field of transportation through what was previously agreed upon regarding the transportation of travelers between the three countries with a unified comprehensive ticket and facilitating the procedures for granting entry visas between them. They also agreed on twinning the maritime academies between the three countries.”

According to the final statement, Iraq handed over the secretarial tasks of the tripartite cooperation mechanism to the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs from next August for a period of one year, succeeding the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in line with the leaders’ decision at the Amman Summit 2020 on the rotation mechanism for the executive secretariat. “.

In conclusion, the leaders of Jordan and Egypt valued Iraq’s efforts in organizing the work of the tripartite summit, and for the good reception and hospitality,” according to the final statement.

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A “high” meeting in finance to discuss the projects of the white paper

2021.06.27 – 16:59
A "high" meeting in finance to discuss the projects of the white paper

Baghdad – people  

Finance Minister Ali Abdel Amir Allawi confirmed, on Sunday, the ministry’s orientation towards maximizing non-oil revenues to support the resources of public budgets, while confirming the discussion of the study of government support for companies and productive sectors.  

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And the ministry stated in a statement, that “Nass” received a copy of it (June 27, 2021), that “Minister Ali Abdel Amir Allawi, chaired a follow-up session on the implementation of the white paper projects, in the presence of the Prime Minister’s advisor and executive director of the Economic Reform Committee Alaa Al-Saadi, the Undersecretary and advisors to the Minister of Finance and a number of From the general managers, during which the implementation of the projects approved by the financial and economic reform plan related to the axis of government expenditures, including the project to reduce the gap in the public budget deficit at safe levels, was followed up.  


She added that “the public spending project was discussed and work towards directing it to enhance the investment aspect with positive returns for the benefit of the overall national economy.”  


The ministry confirmed, “The meeting discussed the study of government support for public companies and the focus of support towards productive sectors and companies contributing to the gross domestic product.”  


During the session, Allawi stressed the need to “continue efforts and work towards maximizing non-oil revenues and moving towards reducing the financial expenditures borne by the state budget as a result of the burdens of financial support for public companies with high rates, which cast a shadow of negative effects on the development and development of the rest of the productive sectors.”

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Mawazine publishes the final statement of the tripartite summit

political| 06:09 – 27/06/2021

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Baghdad – Mawazine News

Mawazine News publishes the text of the final statement of the tripartite summit between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt, which was held today in the capital, Baghdad.
The text of the statement came as follows: “
Within the framework of the keenness to strengthen the partnership relations that bring together the Republic of Iraq, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Arab Republic of Egypt within the mechanism of tripartite cooperation between them, and based on the sincere desire of the three brotherly countries to enhance means of cooperation and increase coordination mechanisms within the political, economic, commercial and industrial fields.” and security, and others, with the aim of continuing to establish the factors of prosperity and the foundations of development, and the advancement of joint efforts in pursuit of strategic integration among them.
1. Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq, hosted King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, at a tripartite summit held in Baghdad on 06/27/2021, to discuss ways of cooperation, coordination and strategic integration between The three sister countries, within the trilateral cooperation mechanism between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt.
2. This summit comes as a continuation of the efforts of the three leaders in promoting and integrating the joint efforts between the three countries in all fields, and by building on the outcomes agreed upon in previous summits, the latest of which was the Amman Summit hosted by Jordan on August 25, 2020.
3. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt commended the balanced diplomatic efforts made by the Iraqi government at the level of strengthening regional security and stability, and its attempts to bring points of view to resolve differences and end the crises afflicting the region.
4. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt praised the efforts of the Iraqi government in combating terrorism and its response to the terrorist organization ISIS, and the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and the capabilities of its armed forces in defeating the terrorist organization, which contributed to warding off the dangers it represented, establishing security in Iraq and supporting stability in the region.
5. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt valued the measures and steps of the Iraqi government towards implementing economic reforms and implementing its government program, which effectively contributed to overcoming the financial crisis caused by the drop in oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona epidemic, and laid the foundations for growth and prosperity for the Iraqi economy.
6. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt supported the preparations of the Iraqi government in preparing for the parliamentary elections scheduled for next October and the completion of all their stages and requirements, in a way that contributes to the success of the electoral process and ensuring its transparency in an atmosphere of fair competition to choose the people’s representatives.
7. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt affirmed their support for the Iraqi government’s efforts to consolidate Iraq’s security, impose national sovereignty and prevent interference in its internal affairs.
8. The leaders of Iraq and Jordan supported the positions of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Republic of Sudan on the issue of the Renaissance Dam, and stressed the need to refrain from taking any unilateral measures, including continuing to fill the Renaissance Dam, without reaching a fair, comprehensive and legally binding agreement on the rules for filling and operating the dam in a way that achieves The interests of the three countries and preserves the water rights of Egypt and Sudan.
9. The leaders stressed the need to activate efforts to achieve a just and comprehensive peace that meets all the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people and to achieve their legitimate demands to obtain their independent state on the lines of June 4, 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with international law and resolutions of international legitimacy.

10. The leaders affirmed that resolving the conflict on the basis of international legitimacy resolutions is the only way to achieve a just, comprehensive and lasting peace in the region, and stressed the need for Israel to stop all measures that undermine the chances of achieving a just peace, including those aimed at changing the historical and legal status quo in Jerusalem and its holy sites. Islamic and Christian, and they stressed the importance of the historical Hashemite guardianship role in protecting these holy sites and their Arab, Islamic and Christian identity.
11. The leaders of Iraq and Jordan valued the Egyptian role in ending the last round of escalation in Gaza and stopping the Israeli military operations, and they expressed their appreciation for the tireless Egyptian efforts to consolidate the ceasefire and work to sustain the truce. The leaders also welcomed the Egyptian announcement of the Gaza reconstruction initiative as an Egyptian initiative that aims to raise The suffering of the residents of the Gaza Strip within the framework of the international efforts exerted in this regard, and the leaders also valued the Egyptian active role in the Palestinian reconciliation as an indispensable issue for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
12. The leaders of Iraq and Egypt expressed their appreciation for Jordan’s unremitting and continuous efforts to stop the Israeli violations and attacks in the city of Jerusalem and the rest of the Palestinian territories, including Jordan’s efforts to stop the recent Israeli attacks, cease fire and restore calm.
13. The leaders reviewed the current regional and international developments, and efforts to reach political solutions to crises in the region, especially in Syria, in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions and the approved references. In this context, the leaders decided the need to reach a political solution to the Syrian crisis based on Security Council resolution 2245, provided that Preserves the security, stability and cohesion of Syria and provides suitable conditions for the voluntary return of refugees.
14. The leaders welcomed the formation of the new Libyan interim government and the progress made. They wished the Interim Presidential Council and the interim government success in managing the transitional phase and their support for the efforts to hold elections on their scheduled date on December 24, 2021. The leaders stressed the need for all foreign forces and mercenaries to leave the country. Libya, in a way that contributes to restoring its sovereignty, territorial integrity and stability. The leaders of Iraq and Jordan also valued the tireless Egyptian efforts to support the Libyan brothers and bring their views closer, and to ensure the security and stability of the situation in Libya.
15. The leaders reviewed the developments and efforts to reach political solutions to the crisis in Yemen in accordance with the approved references, and to support the efforts of the United Nations to reach a political solution that would achieve security and stability in this brotherly country.
16. The leaders affirmed their adherence to the principles of good neighborliness, non-interference in the internal affairs of countries and the pursuit of common interests.
17. The leaders stressed the importance of continuing coordination and joint cooperation between the three countries to achieve common interests, enhance joint Arab action, and maintain security and stability in the region.
18. The leaders stressed the need to adopt the best ways and mechanisms to translate the strategic relations between the three countries on the ground, especially the economic and vital ones, and to seek to integrate resources and provide all possible facilities to increase the volume of trade exchange between them, and to strengthen efforts in the health, industrial and pharmaceutical fields, especially in light of the consequences The global pandemic of the emerging corona virus on health, food and economic security.
19. The leaders expressed the importance of security and intelligence coordination between the three countries to combat terrorism, organized crime and drugs, exchange experiences in the field of forensic evidence and combat cybercrime and infiltration, and confront all those who support terrorism by financing, arming or providing safe havens and media platforms, stressing the importance of completing the comprehensive battle on terrorism.
20. The leaders stressed the need to follow the necessary procedures to start implementing the joint Iraqi-Jordanian economic city project, complete the necessary requirements for this, and give priority to companies from the three countries to participate in bids for its establishment.
21. The leaders agreed on the necessity of strengthening the electrical interconnection project and exchanging electric power between the three countries, linking the gas transmission networks between Iraq and Egypt through Jordan, and providing an outlet for the export of Iraqi oil through Jordan and Egypt by proceeding with the completion of the Arab gas pipeline and the establishment of the crude oil transmission line (Basra-Aqaba). Cooperation in various fields of electric power projects, renewable energy and petrochemicals, capacity building and exchange of experiences, and working to create an investment climate to support private sector companies to implement projects in the three countries.
22. The leaders expressed the need for cooperation in various priority industrial fields and sectors to enhance aspects of industrial cooperation and integration between the three countries in various productive fields, and to work on adopting the memorandum of understanding proposed by the Jordanian side to frame industrial cooperation and integration between the three countries, which includes facilitating the establishment of joint industrial projects. Among them, establishing joint permanent exhibitions on their lands, overcoming non-tariff technical obstacles facing the movement of trade exchange, and coordinating efforts to complete the establishment of an e-commerce portal.
23. The leaders agreed on the necessity of cooperation in the agricultural field and food security through the completion of the project to establish a regional company for marketing agricultural products and the signing of the cooperation protocol in the agricultural fields.
24. The leaders indicated the importance of encouraging investment in the housing sector, roads, bridges and infrastructure projects in the three countries, and building partnerships between business owners, investors, contracting companies and engineering consultancy to contribute to building and construction and providing the necessary facilities to enhance the exchange of products and materials in the construction sector.

25. In light of the receding of the emerging epidemic of the Corona virus, the leaders stressed the importance of continuing the joint efforts of the three countries in reactivating the movement of transport and shipping through the port of Nuweiba / Aqaba through to the Karama / Trebil crossing.
26. As part of their efforts to enhance and raise the levels of economic cooperation between the three countries, the leaders directed to hold a business forum on the sidelines of the first upcoming meeting of the ministers of industry and trade in the three countries, after it could not be held during the past year due to the circumstances of the Corona pandemic.
27. The leaders agreed to cooperate in the field of transportation through what was previously agreed upon regarding the transportation of travelers between the three countries with a unified comprehensive ticket and to facilitate the procedures for granting entry visas between them. They also agreed on twinning the maritime academies between the three countries.
28. In line with the leaders’ decision at the Amman Summit 2020 on the rotation mechanism for the executive secretariat of the tripartite cooperation mechanism, the leaders agreed to hand over secretarial tasks to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of Iraq from next August for a period of one year, succeeding the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
29. The leaders of Jordan and Egypt valued Iraq’s efforts in organizing the work of the tripartite summit, and for the good reception and hospitality.” Ended 29 / h

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