Iraqi President receives Qatari Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs

15/1/2020 16:04:00

Wednesday, President of Iraq, Dr. Barham Salih, received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, Deputy Prime Minister and Qatari Minister of Foreign Affairs,  Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani.


During the meeting, the current situation, regionally and internationally, was discussed, ways of calm to maintain the security and stability of the region, the need for self-restraint, and the predominance of the language of wisdom and dialogue to reduce tension and escalation.


The President of the Republic indicated that Iraq serve as an atmosphere for positive understanding and a point of stability and peace between regional and international powers, and supports the unification efforts aimed at addressing the current crises so that the people of the region can enjoy peace and prosperity, indicating that the country will not be the starting point for any aggression against any neighboring country or field of war.


In turn, the Qatari foreign minister stressed the sensitivity of the current situation, pointing to the importance of coordination and joint work with regional and international parties in order to reach peaceful solutions to preserve the security and stability of the region.


At the end of the meeting ways to enhance and develop bilateral relations between Iraq and Qatar were also discussed, to serve the common interests of the two brotherly countries.





PUKmedia / Iraqi Presidency


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