BAGHDAD / Obelisk: Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to the Minister of Communications and IT Iranian information Mahmoud Edei, Thursday, that Iraq is open to all countries of the world to activate the common interests among Iraq is engaged in a global war against 'Daash' who came from more than 100 countries.
The Foreign Ministry said in a statement, said that 'al-Jaafari received, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology of Iran Mahmoud Edei and his accompanying delegation', noting that 'During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between Baghdad and Tehran and review the overall security and political developments in Iraq and the war against Daash terrorist gangs and the Iranian nuclear agreement and the development of events in the whole region and the world '.
The website quoted Jaafari emphasis on 'the depth of the Iraqi-Iranian relations based on historical and geographical facts and the vital need to promote the interest of the two neighboring peoples', praising the 'Iran's stances in supporting Iraq in its war against Daash terrorist gangs'.
He said al-Jaafari, that 'Iraq fighting a global war against Daash who came from more than 100 countries', stressing that' No country in the world is immune from terrorism, especially that aimed at markets, schools, hospitals, temples, churches, mosques and all civilian targets, requires the unification of efforts International to confront this global menace '.
He said al-Jaafari, that 'Iraq is open to all countries of the world to activate the common interests and to benefit from their experience and face common dangers'.
For his part, Minister of Communications and IT Iranian information Mahmoud Edei on 'his country's keenness to deepen its relations with Iraq in all fields', explaining that 'search in Iraq, ways to enhance the prospects of joint cooperation in the field of communication and technology and information technology in the interest of the two countries'.
He praised and Edei B'aljhod made by Iraq in the face Daash terrorist gangs', stressing that 'his country supports all initiatives aimed to restore security and stability to the whole region and the world'.
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