political| 06:08 – 08/12/2022
Baghdad – Mawazine News
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fouad Hussein confirmed, on Thursday, that the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership, in its second edition, to be held in the Jordanian capital, Amman, will be a platform for exchanging views on the many crises that the countries of the region suffer from.
The ministry stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that “Hussein received the head of the Middle East and North Africa Department at the German Foreign Ministry, Tobias Tinkl, today, and the two sides discussed issues related to human rights, especially with regard to the issue of the Yazidis in Iraq and their rights.”
According to the statement, the minister expressed “the Iraqi government’s keenness to strengthen the foundations, principles and values of democracy in Iraq,” stressing that “the Iraqi government is working to protect the rights of all components of the Iraqi people, by encouraging them to stay in their regions to preserve the diversity that forms the Iraqi fabric and provide the necessary protection.” And work to return them to their areas and provide all the necessary services for that, and take all means to protect the societal diversity in Iraq.
The ministry stated that “the two sides discussed regional and international developments of concern and Iraq’s prominent role in resolving conflicts between the countries of the region through holding bilateral dialogues between the parties to the conflict.”
The Foreign Minister affirmed, according to the statement, that “the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership, in its second edition, to be held in the Jordanian capital, Amman, will be a platform for exchanging views and views on many crises that the countries of the region are suffering from.”
For his part, Tobias Tinkel stated that “the German parliament is about to issue a decision in January, considering what happened to the Yazidis in Sinjar as a crime of genocide.” Ended 29 / H