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Abdulmahdi: Priority to Iraq's interests in terms of sanctions on Iran

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Abdulmahdi: Priority to Iraq's interests in terms of sanctions on Iran

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:35 pm

Abdulmahdi: Priority to Iraq's interests in terms of sanctions on Iran

Said he wanted to keep Iraq away from interfering in neighboring affairs

25/10/2018 - 20:53 Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Thursday that Baghdad would give priority to the country's own interests and independence in helping the United States to impose sanctions on Iran.

Abdul Mahdi told a news conference in Baghdad that the government wants to keep Iraq away from any interference in the affairs and affairs of other countries, whether neighboring country or any other country.

The new Iraqi prime minister's speech after his performance with the new ministers was sworn in at a session of the House of Representatives attended by 220 deputies late on Thursday night.

The meeting continued until late, and the selection of ministers of defense, interior and justice, as well as education, higher education, culture, planning and immigration, was not announced.

And the Prime Minister until 6 November to complete the rest of the ministries, which will require entering into new negotiations with the parties and political blocs in the country.


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