Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said on Tuesday that there are no foreign bases in Iraq, stressing that teachers' demands were legitimate.
"The teachers' demands are legitimate and we will work to implement them," Abdul-Mahdi said at his weekly conference, followed by PUKmedia.
On the presence of foreign troops in Iraq, Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said: "All the military bases in Iraq are Iraqi and there is no foreign bases."
He added that, the world today is safer and more peaceful because of the sacrifices made by the Iraqis in the elimination of ISIS, pointing out that Iraq is concerned about developments in the battles in Syria and the clearing of the last pocket of ISIS.
He stressed that, the crises in the area are going to the settlement because all parties do not want war anymore.
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