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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Sep 18, 2019 11:34 pm

Maliki: The region does not need new crises

Maliki: The region does not need new crises Doc-P-318779-637044042409707387

2019-09-18 | 07:43

The head of the coalition of law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Wednesday, that the region does not need new crises, while calling on British companies to contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq.

Maliki's office said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of the "State of Law Coalition Nuri al-Maliki received in his office today the British Ambassador to Iraq  John Wilkes ," noting that "during the meeting discussed the latest political situation in the region and the world, in addition to the future of bilateral relations And ways to strengthen them in the interest of the two friendly peoples. "

Maliki said during the meeting that "the region does not need new crises," calling for "the prevalence of the language of dialogue and calm to prevent escalation."
 
" Iraq is a friend of all and seeks to establish relations based on mutual respect and common interests. It does not want to be a party to any regional conflict," he said.
 
"Achieving political stability will lead us to security and economic stability, and all these factors will contribute to the completion of the process of construction and reconstruction and services," he said, calling on British companies to "contribute to the process of construction and reconstruction."

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