Iraqi Foreign Minister holds first meeting with Arab ambassadors in Baghdad


Shafaq News / The Iraqi Foreign Minister, Fouad Hussein held on Wednesday the first meeting with the Arab ambassadors to Iraq, and revealed Iraq's positions regarding the crises in the region.

Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ahmed al-Sahaf said in a statement received to Shafaq News Agency, that Hussein met with Arab ambassadors accredited to Baghdad, and discussed a number of local issues with them, including: the governmental effort towards preparing for early elections, facing the pandemic challenges, its economic repercussions, as well as combating terrorism, search for the rest of the ISIS terrorist organization, and the reconstruction of liberated cities.

Hussein expressed Iraq’s stances regarding crises in the region, including: renewing Iraq's steadfast stance in supporting the Palestinian people, establishing an independent state with its capital in Al-Quds Al-Sharif, supporting efforts to overcome Arab crises, trying to bring the views of the brothers closer together, and calling on Iraq to adopt diplomatic methods to end the Yemen crisis , Libya, and Syria.

This is Hussein's first meeting with Arab ambassadors to Iraq since he was given confidence by the Parliament as Minister of Foreign Affairs early this week.

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