Al-Kazemi reveals five attempts to liquidate international differences in Baghdad
Tue, 07-06-2022, 11:51 Karar Al-Asadi 367
Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi revealed today, Tuesday, five attempts to liquidate international differences in the capital, Baghdad, declaring the same time the success of the Saudi-Iranian dialogue.
Al -Kazemi said in a press conference held this evening, to the government palace in Baghdad, and followed by Nun News Agency, that
"there are five attempts to liquidate differences between the countries that occurred in Baghdad," adding,
"You have heard of the Iranian-Saudi dialogue, and there are other dialogues and all of them succeeded and
we have not announced them. At the time, in respect of the nature of the secret role that Iraq plays."
He added that Iraq "has become a point of meeting and alleviating tensions in the region, and
these have repercussions on the Iraqi economic situation and the stability of the security situation."
He also said that "in the file of external relations, Iraq today has become a meeting station for many countries,
Iraq is strategic and has natural and human wealth, all of which help to play an important role in the region and the world."
And that "Iraq two years ago is closer to a semi-isolated country, there was a crisis of confidence,
today we prepared Iraq's relations with many countries of the region and the world," adding,
"Yesterday was the Jordanian and Egyptian Foreign Minister in Baghdad, and Iraq hosted the Baghdad Forum for Cooperation, which was attended by important leaders,
Today, Baghdad is the city of peace is a meeting point and a point for relieving tensions in the region and reconciliation.
The Iraqi Prime Minister stressed that
"everyone has begun to trust Iraq and his role," noting that
"Iraq plays a role in helping some countries by crossing the tribulations in them."