Iraqi Prime Minister pledges to develop relations with Saudi Arabia in all fields

Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad al-Sudani affirmed the strength of relations between Iraq and KSA.

Al-Sudani met on (Monday) in Baghdad with Saudi Trade Minister Majid Al-Qasabi.

He said that Baghdad was “open to developing a partnership with the Kingdom.”

The meeting witnessed a review of the overall prospects for cooperation between the two countries

The statement added that Al-Sudani stressed during the meeting “openness towards developing a partnership with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in various sectors

He also referred to cooperation in the field of energy and coordination in facing the effects of climate change

The statement also indicated that Al-Qasabi conveyed to Al-Sudani the greetings of King Salman and his crown prince

Al-Qasabi also stressed the continuation of work within the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council

The means of cooperation include economics, investment, tourism, security, and other fields.

The Saudi minister’s visit to Baghdad aims to complete meetings with Iraqi officials within the framework of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council

The Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning, Muhammad Tamim, had met with the Saudi Minister of Commerce,

They discussed with him ways to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries

The two sides also sought to enhance joint cooperation in important international and regional affairs.

The Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council was established during the government of former Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.

As a result, relations between Baghdad and Riyadh continued to grow at various political, economic, and commercial levels.

The Saudi minister’s visit coincides with the twentieth anniversary of the start of the US invasion of Iraq on the night of March 19, 2003.

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