Abdul Mahdi visits Saudi Arabia

14/3/2019 18:39:00

Federal Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said he intends to visit Saudi Arabia soon to expand bilateral relations between the two countries and sign agreements he described as "mission."


"We look forward to establishing the best relations with Saudi Arabia in all fields, and we cherish the common desire to establish broad relations on the right bases for the benefit of the two peoples," he said.


He pointed to "the strategic importance that Iraq attaches to relations with the Kingdom and the policy of openness to the neighboring countries pursued by the Iraqi government."


He also stressed his intention to "continue to expand bilateral relations and culminate in joint talks signed important agreements during his recent visit to Saudi Arabia."


For his part, the Saudi minister stressed the keenness of his country's leadership on the security, stability and prosperity of Iraq and deepening relations of cooperation with him in all fields, and the desire to see relations further development and coordination in order to reach agreements that serve the common interests.






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