Jaafari, calls the Saudi side to re-activate the work of the Joint Commission 9/26
Jaafari, calls the Saudi side to re-activate the work of the Joint Commission between the two countries
9/26/2015 0 Comments
Called Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the Saudi side to re-activate the work of the Joint Commission between the two countries, while stressing his Saudi counterpart, Adel al-Jubeir on the need to take action to stop Israel's attacks on the issue of storm Al-Aqsa Mosque. He said al-Jaafari's office said in a statement "the agency Sama Baghdad News" received a copy of "Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with Saudi counterpart Adel," noting that "the two sides discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and the political situation and security in the region and the world." > Jaafari calls his Austrian counterpart to open his country's embassy in Baghdad> Jaafari and the Liberals affirm the need to maintain the unity of the National Alliance said al-Jaafari, according to the statement, "Iraq's desire to improve Iraq's relations-Saudi Arabia to meet the ambition of the two brotherly peoples," stressing the need to "promote a climate of confidence , and cooperation between the siblings, and address differences through dialogue, and respect for the other party. " He added that "Iraq force all Arabs, and any attempt to weaken it hurt everyone," he said, adding, "We are determined to strengthen relations with all countries, especially neighboring countries." Jaafari gave condolences to his Saudi counterpart of the incident, which occurred in Mina, and led to the deaths of a number of pilgrims, while calling the Saudi side to "re-activate the work of the Joint Commission between the two countries." For his part, Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia Adel al-Jubeir "the Kingdom's keenness on the unity of Iraq's land and people," pointing to "serious his country's support for the fight against terrorism." And cross-Jubeir "visions for the match with Iraq on the issue of storm Al-Aqsa Mosque," stressing the need to "move to stop Israel's attacks." He pointed to "the need to activate the shared files and agreements between Iraq and Saudi Arabia." The President of the Republic Fuad Masum said, in September 20 2015, the importance of developing relations between Iraq and Saudi Arabia as ensure the common interests of the two countries, as pointed out Baghdad's commitment to opening up to the rest of the region and the world.