Presidents of Hungary and Iraq discuss enhancing bilateral cooperation

Iraq 04:36 PM - 2022-12-09
 Iraqi president on the right and Hungarian President on the left

Iraqi president on the right and Hungarian President on the left

Together with the president of Hungary, the Iraqi president Abdullatif Jamal Rashid discussed enhancing bilateral collaboration.

The president of Iraq welcomed Katalin Novák, the president of Hungary, on Friday, December 9 in Baghdad's Al-Salam Palace.

The two sides discussed methods to advance bilateral cooperation in a number of areas and strategies to develop the two nations' relations. The Iraqi President expressed Iraq's desire to further its friendly ties with Hungary and to continue coordinating and cooperating on many matters of shared interest in a way that benefits the two sovereignties.

He also discussed Iraq's security situation, which has greatly improved as a consequence of the sacrifices Iraqis have made for their nation, as well as the assistance and support of allies for the security forces. In order to speed up the conclusion of this matter and ensure their return to their communities after rehabilitation and reconstruction, His Excellency emphasized the necessity for collaborative efforts to provide support to the displaced who were affected by terrorist groups.

The Hungarian President also spoke of the positive ties that exist between the two nations, stressing her country's desire to deepen those ties and broaden the scope of bilateral collaboration. Her Excellency emphasized the significance of Iraq returning to its crucial role in the area and the wider world. She reiterated her nation's support for Iraq's efforts to maintain stability and security in light of the security improvement seen.

The two presidents also discussed the existing cultural collaboration between Iraq and Hungary, highlighting how crucial it is to continue to grow it in a way that strengthens the two countries' cordial ties.

The president of Hungary has extended an invitation to the president of Iraq to visit her country.


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