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The "Tripartite Summit" postpones the Iraqi parliament session
Shafaq News/ A parliamentary source reported, on Saturday, that the Iraqi parliament session scheduled for tomorrow was postponed due to the preoccupation with the tripartite summit.
The source told Shafaq News Agency, ""The Presidency of the House of Representatives informed the parliamentary blocs and members of Parliament to postpone the date of the session from tomorrow, Sunday, to Monday."
He explained that "the three presidencies and heads of political blocs will be preoccupied with the meeting of the tripartite summit in Baghdad."
It is expected that the tripartite summit will be held tomorrow, Sunday, in Baghdad, and will bring together Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, King Abdullah II of Jordan and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The summit was postponed twice as a result of security tensions in Jordan in April, and a train collision in Egypt on March 26.
The upcoming summit is the second of its kind; The first summit was held last August in the Jordanian capital, Amman.
The three countries formed a joint coordination council in light of the results of the first tripartite summit.
The three countries have concluded joint and bilateral economic agreements with each other mostly centered around energy, trade and investment.
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