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Iraq calls on Egypt, Syria and Lebanon to be partners in the project of electric linkage

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Iraq calls on Egypt, Syria and Lebanon to be partners in the project of electric linkage

Post  claud39 on Fri Nov 16, 2018 9:01 am

http://www.uabonline.org/en/news/arabicnews/15751604159315851575160216101583159316081605158915/57695/0



Iraq calls on Egypt, Syria and Lebanon to be partners in the project of electric linkage




16/11/2018











Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Hakim called on Egypt, Syria and Lebanon to be partners with Jordan and Iraq in the project of connecting electricity. He also pointed out the need to put practical steps to start implementing bilateral projects between the two countries. 
According to a press release issued by the Foreign Ministry of Jordan, the agency 'Sputnik' a copy of it, called Hakim 'Egypt, Syria and Lebanon to be partners with Jordan and Iraq in the project of electric linkage', and pointed to the need to put practical steps to start implementation of bilateral projects between the two countries. 
Speaking at a press conference Jordanian Foreign Minister and Foreign Affairs Affairs Ayman Safadi met with Hakim after a meeting between them in the framework of a visit by Iraqi President Barham Salih to Jordan accompanied by a political delegation.
According to the press release, the two ministers agreed to form a joint working group of the two ministries to develop a roadmap aimed at advancing broad horizons for cooperation in various fields within specific time frames. 
At the press conference, Safadi pointed out that: 'His meeting with the Iraqi Foreign Minister is a continuation of the dialogue initiated by the Jordanian monarch and the Iraqi president and the implementation of the directives that we move in a practical and rapid and effective way to advance the Jordanian-Iraqi relations to the level that it deserves based on what we collect from brotherly history Great and historic strategic relationship '.
Safadi stressed that "the direction of the two leaders is clear, that the relationship between the two countries should be a practical model for the strong brotherly Arab relations translated into tangible practical steps, and the need to progress in the bilateral field through the implementation of bilateral projects such as the oil pipeline from Basra to Aqaba, Increase trade exchange between the two countries and others. 
The two sides discussed the regional issues, foremost of which is the Palestinian issue. Both sides stressed the seriousness of the continuation of the current situation and the need to move in a practical and expeditious manner to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict on the basis of the Arab consensus of supporting the two-state solution. 1967.
As for Syria, it is clear that the two sides agree that greater efforts must be made to end the devastation and suffering experienced by sisterly Syria over the years, and that there is a political solution to this crisis that preserves the unity and cohesion of Syria and the Syrians accept it and return to fraternal Syria. Its role is one of the pillars of security and stability and an essential part of the joint Arab action system.

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