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 British quest to invest in government change in Iraq

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PostSubject: British quest to invest in government change in Iraq   Fri Oct 26, 2018 10:31 pm

British quest to invest in government change in Iraq

26-10-2018 08:50 PM

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British Prime Minister Theresa Mae on Friday sent an official invitation to her Iraqi counterpart, Adel Abdul Mahdi, to visit her country.

According to a statement issued by the Iraqi government, this came during a telephone conversation conducted by Mai with Abdul Mahdi to congratulate him on the occasion of the formation of the government under his presidency.

There are high hopes for the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi to bring about a shift in Iraqi politics, not only internally to get out of the difficult economic, social and security situation of the country, but also at the external level to correct the many mistakes made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the former minister Ibrahim Jaafari, Linking a useful network of relations to Iraq to regain its distinctly regional and international standing.

Iraq's relations with its regional and international environment are often described as unbalanced due to the strong relations between Iran and Iran at the expense of the country's relations with other countries, including the Arab countries.

The call by May to Abdalmahdi is not without pragmatism, as it reflects London's desire to seize the opportunity of government change in Iraq to regain the lead there, where influence is mainly in favor of the United States and Iran.

If Iraq can regain its balance and security stability and revitalize its economy, it will not be without opportunities for countries such as the United Kingdom, which in turn are looking for alternatives to its costly exit from the European Union.

According to the Iraqi government statement, May expressed "UK support for the Iraqi government in all fields. During the phone call, they discussed enhancing bilateral cooperation and means of developing it, especially in the security, reconstruction and investment sectors."

The statement quoted Adel Abdul Mahdi as saying that Iraq is keen to maintain positive relations with all neighboring countries and the international community, while protecting Iraq's independence and sovereignty.

According to the same source, "Theresa Mai invited Abdelmahdi to visit London, while the latter in turn invited to his British counterpart to visit Baghdad."

This is the first official invitation received by Adel Abdul-Mahdi since Thursday's swearing-in as prime minister, and his country's parliament gave confidence to 14 ministers in his government out of twenty-two.

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