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Jordanian Parliament Speaker: Iraq is starting to recover and is on the line to restore its role

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Jordanian Parliament Speaker: Iraq is starting to recover and is on the line to restore its role

Wednesday 08 September 2021 226
Baghdad: Shaima Rashid


Jordanian Parliament Speaker Abdel Moneim Al-Awdat said that his visit at the head of a parliamentary delegation to Iraq comes after a series of reciprocal visits between the two countries,

stressing Jordan's support for Iraq in the face of terrorism.

Al-Awdat said in an interview with “Al-Sabah”: “The visit of the Jordanian parliamentary delegation to Baghdad came as an embodiment of the series of tripartite summits that brought together King Abdullah II, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in an exceptional and great effort to achieve economic integration between the three countries.

And achieving a large level of strategic projects that benefit the three countries, as our visit comes after the {Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership}, stressing that

"this conference demonstrated the status of Iraq and how it began to restore its natural position in its regional environment."

He stressed that "communication with the Iraqi parliament will not be interrupted,

and it was agreed between a number of heads of parliamentary blocs in both parliaments to intensify mutual visits,

and to coordinate between the blocs in order to strengthen many positions that serve the peoples, especially the Palestinian cause, as well as push forward to achieve projects and agreements."

The bilateral relationship between Jordan and Iraq," noting that "we are facing a pivotal stage in order to achieve important projects and agreements that will benefit both countries in the fields of energy and transportation, and

Jordan will be a support for Iraq in the fight against terrorism."

Al-Awdat stressed that "by uniting all its sects, Iraq was able to confront (ISIS), and was able to play a heroic role in overcoming and defeating these gangs."

And he indicated that "the roles of parliament in both countries are supervisory and legislative, and signing agreements is confined to governments,

so our task is to look into the projects of those agreements and overcome all obstacles in order to achieve them, especially in the economic and investment files, and governments monitor and follow up on those projects."

He continued, "We have previous major agreements and we are looking forward to more agreements, and

the Iraqi side recently announced the start of a project to transport oil between Basra and Aqaba, which will benefit the countries of the region,

so we hope that all these agreements will contribute to more cooperation and integration between the two countries."

Al-Awdat praised the hospitality he touched, saying: “We have seen that Iraq is starting to recover and is walking on the line of restoring its role, and

we have seen from all currents that there is a serious intention from all components to turn the page of the past and the difference that dominated Iraq, and

we affirm that the unity and cohesion of the Iraqis is the way.” for a stable Iraq.

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