political| 11:22 – 01/07/2021
Baghdad – Mawazine News
The European Parliament announced, on Thursday, its readiness for the success of the upcoming elections in Iraq.
A statement of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, stated that “Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein received at his residence in Brussels, the Chairman of the Committee for Relations with Iraq in the European Parliament, the Spanish Socialist Representative Domenez Ruiz Deveza and his accompanying delegation, and during the meeting, prospects for prospects were discussed. Cooperation between the two sides and ways to develop bilateral relations and partnership cooperation between Iraq and the European Union,” noting that “this meeting came within the framework of the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation to the Belgian capital, Brussels.”
During the meeting, the minister presented a summary of the latest political developments in Iraq and the region, especially the issue of holding parliamentary elections and the great importance they represent for strengthening the political process in Iraq, praising the European Union’s decision to participate in election monitoring, stressing “the need for continued European support for Iraq.” In all fields”.
For his part, Representative Devisa referred to “the continuous work, in coordination with the embassy, to raise the level of cooperation between the two sides, especially since Iraq is an important political, economic and security partner of the European Union,” praising “the Iraqi government’s adoption of a balanced policy away from blocs and entrenchments and its quest to open up to all countries in the region.” “.
He expressed his happiness “with the success of His Holiness’s visit to Iraq and the positive messages it sent to the whole world. He also affirmed his personal support for the success of the upcoming elections in Iraq,” expressing his desire “to visit Iraq within the European team to monitor the upcoming Iraqi elections.” Ended 29/A43