Abadi continued his meetings in New York (short summary of meetings)
Abadi continued his meetings in New York
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met on the sidelines of meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations, the Foreign Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif, and discussed strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries and common interests and coordinate efforts to fight al Daash terrorist and push dangerous and evil for Iraq and the region.
Abadi met with Saudi Foreign Minister Mr. Adel Al-Jubeir, and discussed the situation in the region and the strengthening of bilateral relations between the two countries and the war against terror Daash gangs.
Abadi also discussed with the Red Cross Organization Chairman Peter Mord A number of files, including the cholera epidemic and desalination of water and the province of Basra providing expert and strategic solutions to a number of disputes, in addition to water marshes and a number of other topics.
Abadi and eating with the EU head Donald Tusk strengthen ties between Iraq and the countries of the European Union and its contribution in helping Iraq bayonet Daash against terrorist gangs. It was also discussed the process of arming and training Iraqi forces and activate the water management agreement and help Iraq in capacity-building, as Mr. Tusk congratulated Dr. Haider Abadi, conducted by the reforms in Iraq and hoped to contribute to the progress of the country in all sectors.
He met with Abadi Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Leuven, who has expressed support for Iraq in its war against terrorism, noting that the very important reforms for Iraq and that Sweden is ready to offer its expertise in many fields, especially with regard to the tax system and economic reform and increased investment and the transfer of expertise.
Abadi also met with Czech Prime Minister Boslav Spotika and discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and the training and arming of the Iraqi security forces and helping Iraq in the food industry within Iraq sought the multiplicity of its financial resources. He congratulated Spotika Abadi reforms that will lead Iraq to be stronger, expressing his country's desire to send a business delegation to visit Iraq to enhance the relations in this area.
Abadi also discussed with UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to improve them. It was also addressed to the conditions of the region and the challenges they face and the war against terror Daash and a number of issues of common interest and that serve the two brotherly peoples gangs.