September 14, 2015
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir stressed that his country is determined to strengthen relations with Iraq.
Information Office of the Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said that the latter met with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir on the sidelines of the ministerial meeting of the League of Arab States in Cairo.
During the meeting, they discussed the conduct of relations, Iraq - Saudi Arabia and ways to foster in light of the current circumstances in the whole region and the world.
The al-Jaafari, "the importance of the Arab countries adopt a project proposed by Iraq's criminalization of extremist ideology and the elimination of terrorism," explaining that "Iraq is rich riches country, but it is going through exceptional circumstances as a result of the war on Daash terrorist gangs, and lower oil prices at a time when the need for humanitarian aid for families displaced from Diyala, Anbar and Salah al-Din and Mosul areas, and assist in the reconstruction of the liberated areas. "
Jaafari stressed that Iraq adheres to its sovereignty and its constitution and national identity, religious, sectarian and national Ptaddh, and is proud of its neighbors, and the people of Iraq are living today, and contribute to the construction of various state agencies.
And the face of al-Jaafari, an official invitation Saudi counterpart to visit Iraq to enhance cooperation between the two countries in the political, security and economic fields, stressing that "Iraq is keen to establish better relations with the world all nations, and neighboring countries, especially, the need for active presence at conferences."
For his part, al-Jubeir said his country is determined to strengthen relations with Iraq, noting that Saudi Arabia was keen to preserve the integrity and stability of Iraq and the unity of the community, renounce grade band.
He pointed out that his country's ambassador will arrive in Iraq within the next few days in the context of deepening relations between Baghdad and Riyadh.
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