The Gulf Cooperation Council confirms the availability of "political will and serious desire" to cooperate with Iraq
Thursday, April 18,
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, the importance of the Gulf Cooperation Council for Iraq, while Secretary-General of the Organization of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Abdul Latif Zayani that the Council has "political will and serious desire" to cooperate with Iraq.
"The Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi received today at his residence at King Saud Palace in Riyadh, Secretary-General of the Organization of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Abdullatif Al-Zayani, to discuss the development of relations between Iraq and the GCC countries and issues. Of common interest and enhance opportunities for security, stability and economic cooperation."
"The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is important for Iraq and cooperation and economic relations must progress for the better," the statement quoted Abdul Mahdi as saying. "Iraq is keen to work within its Arab and Islamic environment and to establish balanced relations that serve the interests of our peoples and we want our environment to be stable and prosperous.
We have a lot of participants that bring us together and build on them to build confidence, overcome differences and create good conditions for cooperation."
For his part, the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, "provides the political will and serious desire of the GCC countries to cooperate with Iraq and achieve joint work and integrated, and seek to build distinct relations with Iraq," pointing out,
"I assure you that your brothers in the GCC is fully prepared to build bridges of cooperation with Iraq And we have a great desire to work to strengthen security, stability and economic cooperation, and there is satisfaction for the stability of Iraq and the direction of the Iraqi government and face challenges with responsibility and wisdom and cooperation."
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi arrived at the Saudi capital Riyadh for a two-day official visit.