The three presidencies meet a delegation of US lawmakers

2017/04/11 (00:01 PM) - Number of readings: 678 - Issue (3899)

Baghdad / Range

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Monday discussed with a delegation of the US Congress the latest developments in the battle of Mosul and the victories achieved and the return of the displaced to the liberated areas.

Al-Abbadi's office said in a statement that the latter received in his office a delegation from the US Congress headed by Rep. Rodney Frilinghassen, chairman of the Congressional Appropriations Committee. The meeting discussed the latest developments in the Mosul battle, the victories, As well as cooperation between the two countries in the fields of economy, trade, agriculture, investment and water. "

The US delegation stressed "the continued support of the United States of America for Iraq and the unity of its territory," noting that "Iraq is about to achieve a great prosperity despite the challenges it faces." In another context, President Fuad Masum stressed Iraq's keenness on its relationship with the United States, during a meeting with the same delegation.

The office of the President of the Republic, in a statement received by the (range), he "received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad on Monday a delegation from the donors committee in the US Congress."

Masoum stressed "the importance of meeting and communication with friends in the United States, in a way that strengthens relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries and serves the common interests in the light of the signed agreement." "The war against terrorism is an important aspect and a cornerstone that contributes to the development and consolidation of relations between the United States and Iraq, whose sons continue to fight and eradicate and support the United States," he said. "What is important now as we approach the liberation of the entire Iraqi soil from the desecration of terrorism is to work hard to remove all the educational, social, cultural and religious effects of Daash, which requires the synergy of the efforts of the world, especially the countries of the region with the Effort of Iraq ".

For his part, the American delegation expressed "its condolences and condolences to Iraq and the families of the martyrs of the war against a supporter of the heroic fighters and children and women who have taken the terrorists as human shields." The US delegation stressed "the United States' keenness to continue supporting the armed forces with various material, weapons and training capabilities, as well as readiness to support the efforts of the Iraqis to get rid of the effects of urging and achieving community reconciliation."

In the same context, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri that supporting the displaced and returning them to their liberated areas and reconstruction of these areas are the most important steps that pave the way for the stability of the post-gangs and terror.

A statement from the Jubouri office said that he met with the delegation of the US Congress headed by MP Rodney Frajlenkhaisen, in the presence of Ambassador Douglas Silliman.

"Supporting the displaced people and returning them to their areas and providing them with a stable environment are the most important steps that will pave the way for post-conflict stability and contribute to the realization of the community reconciliation project in a manner that achieves social peace and strengthens national cohesion," he said.

Jubouri pointed out that "Iraq's efforts to open new horizons of relations with its Arab and regional environment are important and necessary and will contribute to the activation of the economic aspect and the preservation of regional security of Iraq's pivotal role can play an important role in the fight against terrorist organizations."
Jubouri stressed that "the next phase requires the provision of all the requirements of international support and create an atmosphere of political stability and community, which reflects positively on the lives of citizens in the country."