Saudi Interior Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Nayef, who is on an official visit to Baghdad, was greeted by Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi.
During the meeting, they addressed the need of expanding security cooperation in different security sectors, particularly in combatting terrorism, regulating the two nations’ borders, sharing security knowledge, and anything else that would help them achieve security and stability.
On the other hand, the Saudi Interior Minister met with his Iraqi counterpart, Lieutenant-General Othman Al-Ghanimi, for an official meeting in which they discussed methods to improve and deepen cooperative cooperation.
The establishment of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, which works to strengthen cooperation and partnership between the two sides in all fields, and the opening of the new port of Arar, which effectively contributed to the opening of the new port of Arar, were among the fruits of the directives of the two countries’ leaderships, according to Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud.
He stressed that the difficulties of Arab security, as well as regional and global developments, necessitate the integration of security cooperation between the two nations, adding that this is a strategic aim for maintaining regional and worldwide security.
The Iraqi Interior Minister stated that this visit demonstrates the two sides’ will to improve security coordination to realize the two presidents’ objectives and aspirations.
Separately, the Saudi Interior Minister met with Iraqi Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and National Security Adviser Qassem al-Araji. They talked about a variety of topics, including how to improve the two countries’ security cooperation pathways.