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Parliamentary relations: expected visits to officials in countries that had positions against Iraq

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Parliamentary relations: expected visits to officials in countries that had positions against Iraq

Post by claud39 on Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:34 am

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[size=30]Parliamentary relations: expected visits to officials in countries that had positions against Iraq[/size]




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[rtl]A member of the parliamentary foreign relations committee, Iqbal Abdul-Hussein al-Muthi, expected on Tuesday the expected visits of high-level officials in countries that had negative attitudes against Iraq.[/rtl]
[rtl]In  a statement to the media office, Al- Mehdi said that the current visits to a number of Arab and foreign officials and ministers to ensure the interests of their political and economic states.[/rtl]
[rtl]Iraq, after winning the most powerful terrorist organization in the world, has become a kiss for all countries, and to ensure its political and economic interests in the future, high-ranking officials began to come to Iraq to talk about the future of relations between the two countries.[/rtl]
[rtl]A member of the Committee on Foreign Relations, a representative of the Committee on Foreign Relations, visited more dignitaries, especially those whose countries had negative positions on Iraq during the next phase to open a new page of relations and participation in reconstruction, services and infrastructure in most areas of Iraq, whether those affected by terrorist operations or otherwise.[/rtl]

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