President stresses importance of developing relations with Washington

President Salih, received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad on Thursday the US special envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey and the US Ambassador to Iraq, Matthew Tueller and the accompanying delegation.


During the meeting, they discussed international support to enhance the security and stability of Iraq and achieve the required reforms, and stressed the importance of developing bilateral relations and expanding the horizons of cooperation and trade exchange between the two countries in the service of common interests.


They also reviewed the latest developments in Syria and the events in the region and the need to consolidate international peace and security.




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