The president receives Hadi al-Amiri


15/5/2019 12:52:00
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President Barham Salih received Mr. Hadi Al-Amiri, Head of Fatah Alliance (Conquest Alliance), at the Presidential Office in Baghdad, Wednesday, May 15, 2019.

 

During the meeting, they discussed the latest political and security developments at the domestic and regional levels. 

 

The meeting also stressed the need for giving priority to the national interest in connection to relations with neighboring countries and international actors in the Arab and international arenas, as well as distancing from the policy of axis.

 

Emphasis was placed on the importance of acting to enhance cooperation and consolidate national unity of ranks, combat all forms of corruption, initiate reconstruction and construction, as well as to provide the best services to all spectrum and components of the Iraqi people.

 


PUKmedia / Media of Iraqi Presidency


 

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