Foreign Affairs parliamentary: the Arab summit postponed second time may lead to is not in session in Baghdad
Warned a member of the parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee, John Emad Yakou the risk of postponement of the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad in early March.
He said in a statement "told all of Iraq" on Thursday to postpone the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad early next March for the second time may lead to failure to establish in Baghdad and the back negatively on the Iraqi reality to which we are all about to return Iraq to normal.
The MP added the parliamentary bloc of Mesopotamia, we strongly support the forthcoming Arab Summit in Baghdad and not in another place and time that was specified in advance.
Yako and expressed fears that the receipt of the current political crisis the country is experiencing a shadow over the Arab summit and the date of its launch in the month of March.
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