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Al-Kazemi sends a message to the lion by Al-Fayyad


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08-26-2020 12:51 PM


Baghdad / Al-Akhbariya

The head of the Popular Mobilization Authority in Iraq, Faleh Al-Fayyad, has arrived in the Syrian capital, Damascus.

And local media reported, "The head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh Al-Fayyad, arrived in Damascus and delivered President Bashar Al-Assad a message from Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi."

Iraq has strong relations with its neighbor, Syria, and coordination between the two countries is ongoing to confront the terrorist organization ISIS, which is exploiting the geographical spaces between the two countries in order to influence it and carry out its terrorist operations.

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Revealed the content of Al-Kazemi's message to Al-Assad
{International: Al Furat News} Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad received a message from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, transmitted by his envoy, Faleh Al-Fayyad, head of the Popular Mobilization Authority.

The Syrian News Agency (SANA) said that the message "focused on strengthening bilateral cooperation in various fields, continuing consultations and coordination on developments in the political and security situations in the region, efforts to combat terrorism and enhancing border security between the two countries."
She pointed out that "during the meeting, it was emphasized that defeating the terrorism that the Syrian and Iraqi peoples have suffered and are still suffering from will only be at their hands and with the armies of the Syrian and Iraqi armies, who have made great achievements in this regard, and were able to liberate most of the lands that the terrorists were controlling despite the support. The great outside that they have received over the past years. "
The two sides also affirmed that "the economic and security challenges facing the region and the serious external plans being drawn for them require close cooperation between their countries in order to thwart these plans and put an end to foreign interference in its affairs."
Ammar Al-Masoudi

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