Baghdad, June 23 (Rn) – Iraqi Foreign Ministry said Saturday that the three Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the European and arrived before noon today to Baghdad as part of an official visit to discuss the development of bilateral relations in several areas.
Baghdad Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has called on numerous occasions all States to open up to the new Iraq through the adoption of the principle of cooperation and mutual non-interference in internal affairs.
And Iraq has begun to restore the regional and international role after incubation for the meeting of the Arab summit meeting last March, and (5 +1) on the Iranian nuclear file.
A source at the ministry, who asked not to be named, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the foreign ministers of three countries Sweden, Poland, Bulgaria and arrived at the Baghdad International Airport and was met by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.”
The source said that “The three ministers will meet Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to discuss the development prospects of economic and political cooperation between their countries and Iraq during the coming period, through the involvement of Swedish companies, Polish and Bulgarian businesses in Iraq.”
The source indicated that “the issue of Iraqi refugees deported from EU countries, especially Sweden will be present during meetings.”
The Iraqi government decided last December not to receive Iraqi refugees deported from European states forcibly to the country at Baghdad International Airport after he formally asked to wait the decision of these countries deport Iraqi asylum seekers.
And recorded during the past five years the return of some five thousand and 500 Kurdish refugees from European countries to Iraq despite a forced Aataradat the Iraqi government.
Thousands of Iraqis left the country during the 2006-2007 sectarian war and settled mostly in the EU countries, including Sweden.
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