President Barham participates in the Arab-European Summit

Spokesman for the President of the Republic, Dr. Luqman Al-Faily, said that President Barham Salih will participate in the Arab-European summit scheduled for Sunday in Sharm El Sheikh.

The president will meet on the sidelines of the conference with a number of kings and heads of brotherly and friendly countries to discuss bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them and expand horizons of joint cooperation, the spokesman said.

He pointed out that Iraq will participate in the conference's axes, which include strengthening Arab-European relations in the fields of security, counter-terrorism, trade, investment, pluralism and migration, as well as the situation in the region and ways of dealing with regional challenges.

Faily explained that after the end ...
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