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Saudi Arabia welcomes the government of Iraq … King Salman congratulates Al-Kazemi

The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed, Thursday, the Kingdom’s welcome to announce the formation of the new Iraqi government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, wishing him every success in the leadership of the government in a manner that realizes the aspirations of the brotherly Iraqi people in their sovereignty, security and stability.

The Ministry expressed Saudi support and stance with brotherly Iraq and its willingness to work with the new Iraqi government on the basis of cooperation, mutual respect, historical ties and common interests, in the framework of strengthening relations between the two countries and two brotherly peoples in all fields, in a manner that achieves security and stability in the region away from external interference.

Meanwhile, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud sent a congratulatory message to Al-Kazemi, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq, on the occasion of forming the new government under his chairmanship, and winning the confidence of the House of Representatives in the Republic of Iraq.

King Salman said: “On the occasion of the formation of the new government under your presidency, and to gain the confidence of the House of Representatives in the Republic of Iraq, we are pleased to send to your state in the name of the people and the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and in the name of the most beautiful congratulations, and best wishes for success and payment. Quoted by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

In the same context, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud sent a congratulatory message to Al-Kazemi saying: “On the occasion of forming the new government under your presidency, I am pleased to gain the confidence of the House of Representatives in the Republic of Iraq, to ​​express to your country the best congratulations and best wishes to Iraq and its brotherly people More growth and stability.”