Abdul Mahdi: Iraq is working on a policy that serves the stability of the region


17/9/2019 12:16:00
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On Tuesday, Prime Minister, Adil Abdul-Mahdi received  NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and his accompanying delegation consisting of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe, the Assistant Secretary General of the Alliance and the Commander of the Mission in Iraq in his official office.

 

The Prime Minister emphasized: Iraq is moving in the right direction in all areas and is witnessing a clear stability, expressing thanks to NATO for help in the fight against ISIS and defeat.

 

The Prime Minister said that the government has a clear vision of solutions to meet internal and external challenges and work hard for the rule of law and the confinement of arms in the hands of the state, stressing that our balanced policy serves the stability of Iraq and all countries in the region and we act responsibly towards the current regional crisis and his neighbors.

 

The Secretary General of NATO praised the development and improvement of civilian situations and manifestations, and expressed support for Iraq's balanced policy as a key balancing factor in the region. He pointed out that the ISIS terrorist organization has caused harm to all peoples of the world and must eliminate its sources and financial and military capabilities, and that NATO is the task of training Iraqi security forces and the development of capabilities and strengthen military and security institutions.

 

 

PUKmedia \ The Prime Minister's Information Office

 

 

 


 

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