Chairman of the Saudi Shura Council stresses the importance of relations and common..
Chairman of the Saudi Shura Council stresses the importance of relations and common interests with Iraq
12/23/2015 0 Comments
Chairman of the Shura Council in Saudi Arabia Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Sheikh stressed the importance of relations between Saudi Arabia and Iraq so as to promote the common interests of the two countries and the two brotherly peoples.
This came during a meeting in his office at the headquarters of the Council in Riyadh on Tuesday, the Iraqi ambassador to Saudi Arabia Rushdi Al-Ani, At the outset of the meeting, Chairman of the Shura Council welcomed Bana, and wished him success in his mission would contribute to strengthening bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries, particularly at the parliamentary level.
For his part, the transfer of the Iraqi ambassador to the head of the Saudi Shura Council the greetings of the President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, with him Chairman of the Shura Council greetings and appreciation to the Chairman of the House of Representatives and members of the Board and wishes them continued success in achieving the hopes of the Iraqi people and their aspirations to live in peace and security, and prosperity.
The meeting discussed a number of issues of common interest that are in the strengthening of relations between the two brotherly countries, especially parliamentary relations between the Shura Council and the Council of Representatives of Iraq.
The Saudi Arabia has named its ambassador to Iraq after diplomatic rupture between Albuldn lasted more than a quarter of a century because of the invasion of the former regime of Kuwait in the nineties of the last century.
He said Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Iraq, Thamir Sabhan who did not receive his duties officially after that, that his country's embassy began work in Baghdad in order to further characterize the relationship between the two countries, and between us we seek to strengthen bilateral relations in several areas, ".