Fri. PM TNT Iraq News Articles 2-24-23



Arab Countries Praise Iraq: Plays A Pivotal Role In Strengthening Arab Relations

A number of Arab officials spoke on Friday about Iraq’s role in the Arab region, and stressed that it plays a pivotal role in strengthening relations between Arab countries.

The capital, Baghdad, will host the work of the thirty-fourth conference of the Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union from the period (23-26) of this month.

Lebanese parliamentarian Michel Moussa said: “Iraq plays a pivotal role in strengthening relations between Arab countries.

The Secretary General of the Palestinian National Council, Fahmi Al-Zareer, said that “Iraq hosts the Arab Parliament Union with high organizational capabilities,” while Somali Member of Parliament Said Mohamed Mohamud stressed that “Iraq is witnessing a strong return to hosting conferences aimed at solving Arab problems.”

In addition, a member of the Libyan House of Representatives, Abdul Salam Nassia, added, “Iraq has a major role in joint Arab action and we are happy to return to embrace Arab countries.

Iraq signs a security agreement with Iran


Revealed, on Friday, that an official visit by the Secretary-General of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council, General Ali Shamkhani, to Baghdad, with the aim of signing security agreements, will be forthcoming.

And the agency stated, in a news item followed by Mawazine News, that “the Iranian side, through Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abd Allahian, officially informed Iraq of the scheduled visit of the high-ranking Iranian official, through a verbal meeting between Allahian and National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji.”

The agency said, “Allahian expressed his regret at not implementing the previous agreement between the two countries to form a joint supreme security committee between the two countries to follow up on borders and security developments in the region.”

Abdullahian also confirmed to Al-Araji that Iran “categorically rejects” the existence of groups he described as “hostile and separatist” within the borders of Iraq, noting that “the continued presence of these groups, especially in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, is unacceptable,” as he described it.

And the Iranian foreign minister indicated that “the visit of the Secretary-General of the Iranian Supreme Council will witness the signing of security agreements on this aspect,” according to the agency.

Last week, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian arrived in the capital, Baghdad, and met with a number of officials, and discussed with them relations and common files between the two countries, including the investigation into the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani.  link

Source: Dinar Recaps



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