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H.E. Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi receives GCC's Secretary General

 



 


 

 

 

April – 24- 2019


His Excellency Prime Minister Adel Abd Al-Mahdi confirmed that Iraq's relations with its surroundings essential and irreplaceable; it should be peace and love home, Iraqi could not live or develop without cooperation and understanding with it Arabic surroundings and neighboring.

That comes during His Excellency received, in his office this day, Gulf Cooperation Council's Secretary General Abdullatif Al Zayani.

His Excellency said: Our foreign policy is meet with our vision, our domestic policy, our sincere and serious foreign aspirations in establishing the best relations and exchanging interests with the Arab and neighboring countries, Which is a serious policy and prompted from the interests of our peoples and our countries, pointing to developments in Iraq, security stability and cooperation between the executive and legislative authorities.

Abdullatif Al Zayani said: I convey to you the greetings of the leaders of the GCC and the political will and sincere intentions to support Iraq, its government, security, stability and prosperity, and our support for all what you have in serving Iraq and its people, we are very optimistic in your leadership in achieving the interest of Iraq and all Iraqis, and what we have seen of stability and normal life, Pointing out that Baghdad today is very different from what we saw earlier, clarifying that the region as all in need to stability, and that this opportunity is available today more than ever before, underscoring that the Gulf leaders have taken a decision on the importance of strategic partnership with Iraq and strive to get to that.

During the meeting, they discussed the future of the relationship between Iraq and the GCC countries and means of enhancing them in all fields.

The meeting was attended by a member of the Foreign Relations Committee of the House of Representatives, Mr. Melhan Al-Mukhtar, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and a number of officials and advisers.

Media Office of the Prime Minister
April – 24 – 2019