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His Highness Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah received a written message from Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

The message was received by His Highness Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, Prime Minister of Kuwait, during his meeting today with the representative of the Iraqi Prime Minister and Minister of Planning Dr. Khaled Battal Al-Najm, who is currently visiting Kuwait.

 

 

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Al-Kazemi invites the Emir of Kuwait to attend the Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference
  
{Political: Al-Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi extended an invitation to the Emir of Kuwait, Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, to attend the Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference scheduled to be held in the capital, Baghdad, this month.

The Minister of Planning, Khaled Battal Al-Najm, carried Al-Kazemi's message to the Emir of Kuwait today, Tuesday, on an official visit to the minister.

Al-Naj explained, in a press statement, that he is carrying a written message from Al-Kazemi, to the Emir of the State of Kuwait, including his invitation to attend the Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference, which will be held in Baghdad before the end of this month, with high-level European participation.

He added, "The visit will also include holding a number of bilateral meetings with Kuwaiti officials, to discuss and discuss a number of files of common interest, in a way that contributes to strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries."

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The Iraqi Minister of Planning delivers the Emir of Kuwait a written message to attend the Neighboring Countries Conference

The Iraqi Minister of Planning delivers the Emir of Kuwait a written message to attend the Neighboring Countries Conference
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Mubasher: The Iraqi Minister of Planning, Khaled Battal Al-Najm, arrived today, Tuesday, in the State of Kuwait on an official visit, during which he will meet the Emir of the country, Prince Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah.

 

The star said, in a press statement, according to a statement by the Ministry of Planning, that he is carrying a written message from the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to the Emir of the State of Kuwait.

The minister added that the message includes the invitation of the Emir of Kuwait to attend the conference of the Iraqi neighbors, which will be held in Baghdad before the end of this August, with high-level European participation.

Al-Najm explained that the visit will also include holding a number of bilateral meetings with Kuwaiti officials. To discuss and discuss a number of files of common interest in a way that contributes to strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.

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Revealing the goals of the Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference, the first of its kind in Baghdad after 2003
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Iraq is preparing to host the first conference of regional neighbors at the end of August, with the aim of discussing the political and security challenges facing the countries of the region.

And envoys from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi began sending invitations to the countries of the region to attend the aforementioned conference, where the Minister of Planning Khaled Battal handed a written message from Al-Kazemi to the Emir of Kuwait, Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah.

It is expected that in the coming days, other envoys from Al-Kazemi will go to all the neighboring countries of Iraq, as well as the regional neighborhood and a number of European countries.

According to an official source, he said in a press interview, "The aforementioned conference is scheduled to be held within the last ten days of this month at the summit level and is not limited to the countries neighboring Iraq, whether Arab or Islamic, but extends invitations to other countries in Iraq's regional neighborhood." .

And he indicated that "one of the most important topics that the conference will discuss is the political and security challenges facing the countries of the region, whether in the context of their bilateral relations or in terms of overall regional transformations and current and future influences."

The official source, who preferred not to be named, added that "the other aspect that it is hoped the conference will discuss is the economy and investment in light of complementary relations with these countries and Iraq's link to that."

He pointed out that "the holding of this conference in Baghdad, which is the first of its kind after 2003 at this level, aims to restore Iraq's influential regional role, which declined due to the policies of the former regime, especially its invasion of Kuwait in 1990."

This conference will be the first of its kind at this level after the Arab Summit hosted by Iraq in 2012 and the tripartite summit between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan hosted by Iraq at the end of last June, which was called the “New Orient” summit, which is the term Al-Kazemi gave.

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi sent an official invitation to the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, to attend the conference of the Iraqi Neighboring Countries, scheduled to be held at the end of this August.
Planning Minister Khaled Battal Al-Najm, who arrived yesterday in Kuwait on an official visit, said: "He is carrying a written message from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to the Emir of the State of Kuwait, including an invitation to His Highness to attend the Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference, which will be held in Baghdad before the end of the month." This August, with high-level European participation.
On the other hand, the Prime Minister met yesterday, Tuesday, the families of the martyrs of Imam Hussein Hospital (peace be upon him) in Dhi Qar.
Al-Kazemi said: "The Imam Hussein Hospital incident, and before that the Ibn al-Khatib Hospital incident, clearly indicate the defect in the state's administrative system, which it has cumulatively inherited since 2003."
He added, "Let us tell you: The blood of your relatives is on our necks, and we will severely punish those responsible for this incident."
 He stressed that "there is a deliberate intention for Iraq to continue chaos and weaken the state by systematically targeting it, and all this is at the expense of our children and yours," noting that "the launch of administrative mechanisms to implement the reform white paper, in order to advance the Iraqi economy."
In turn, Cabinet spokesman Hassan Nazim revealed that "the Council of Ministers voted for the Ministry of Oil to employ one person from each family of the Imam Hussein Hospital (peace be upon him) victims," adding that "the Council decided to grant from 10 to 25 million dinars to the families of the hospital's martyrs." .
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Al-Kazemi invites Erdogan to attend the conference of the Iraqi neighboring countries in Baghdad
  
{Political: Al-Furat News} Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein handed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan an invitation from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to attend the conference of the Iraqi neighboring countries scheduled to be held in Baghdad at the end of this month.

Iraq is preparing to host the first conference of regional neighbors at the end of August, with the aim of discussing the political and security challenges facing the countries of the region.
And envoys from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi began to send invitations to the countries of the region to attend the aforementioned conference, as Planning Minister Khaled Battal delivered last week a written message from Al-Kazemi to the Emir of Kuwait, Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah.

It is expected that in the coming days, other envoys from Al-Kazemi will travel to all Iraq's neighboring countries, as well as to the regional neighborhood and a number of European countries.

According to an official source, he said in a press interview, "The aforementioned conference is scheduled to be held within the last ten days of this month at the summit level and is not limited to the countries neighboring Iraq, whether Arab or Islamic, but extends invitations to other countries in Iraq's regional neighborhood." .

The most important thing that the conference will discuss is the political and security challenges facing the countries of the region, whether in the context of their bilateral relations or in terms of the overall regional transformations and influences, both current and future, as well as the file of economy and investment in light of complementary relations with these countries and Iraq's connection to that.

The convening of this conference in Baghdad is the first of its kind after 2003 at this level, and aims to restore Iraq's influential regional role, which declined due to the policies of the former regime, especially its invasion of Kuwait in 1990.

 

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Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein handed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan an invitation from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to attend the meeting of leaders of neighboring countries.
A Foreign Ministry statement stated, "Erdogan received Hussein, and during the meeting, a set of issues related to bilateral relations and the situation in the region were discussed, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs handed the Turkish President a letter of invitation from Al-Kazemi to attend the summit meeting to be held in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, at the end of this month at the level of leaders countries neighboring Iraq.
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Al-Kazemi invites King Salman to attend the summit of Iraq's neighbors

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Al-Kazemi invites King Salman to attend the summit of Iraq's neighbors

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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi called on Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz to participate in the summit of Iraq's neighboring countries to be held at the end of this month.

The Iraqi Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, confirmed that the Iraqi Foreign Minister, Fouad Hussein, handed this invitation to his Saudi counterpart, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, during a meeting held between them today, Sunday, in Riyadh.

The spokesman indicated that during the meeting, the two ministers discussed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them to achieve common interests, in addition to regional and international issues of concern to the two countries and the importance of concerted efforts to resolve the crises afflicting the region.

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This could be leading up to National Reconcilation Conference...Maybe...

 

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Al-Kazemi invites the King of Saudi Arabia to participate in the Baghdad Summit
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, called on King Salman bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia to participate in the conference of the Iraqi neighboring countries scheduled to be held in the capital, Baghdad, at the end of this month.

Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein handed his Saudi counterpart an invitation from Al-Kazemi to King Salman regarding the meeting of the summit of Iraq's neighbors.

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Al-Kazemi and Macron discuss by phone the Baghdad summit, and the latter promises its presence
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received, on Monday, a phone call from French President Emmanuel Macron, during which they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries.

The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that "the latter received a phone call from French President Emmanuel Macron, during which they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, in addition to discussing the current regional situation and international developments."  

During the call, the two sides also discussed the ongoing preparations for holding a regional conference, which Iraq will host at the end of this month, which was coordinated to hold it in cooperation with France, where the French president confirmed his aspiration to visit Iraq again, and his attendance at the conference.

Al-Kazemi indicated, according to the statement, that "France is a real partner for Iraq, and that the two countries have a long history of constructive relations, which we seek to develop in various fields."  

For his part, the French President announced his full support for Iraq, and for the Prime Minister in his approach and measures to strengthen the Iraqi state institutions, while President Macron also praised the balanced Iraqi diplomacy, led by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and its contribution to consolidating the foundations of peace and stability.

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 Al-Kazemi and Macron discuss preparations for the Baghdad summit

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received Prime Minister Mustafa Kazmi, on Monday, a telephone call from French President Emmanuel shifty, which discussed international developments and the regional status quo.
A statement by the Prime Minister stated that, "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received, today, Monday, a phone call from French President Emmanuel Macron, during which they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, as well as discussing the current regional situation and international developments."
He added, "During the call, the two parties also discussed the ongoing preparations for holding a regional conference, which Iraq will host at the end of this month, which was coordinated to be held in cooperation with France, where the French president confirmed his aspiration to visit Iraq again, and to attend the conference."
Al-Kazemi stressed, according to the statement, that "France is a real partner for Iraq, and that the two countries have a long history of constructive relations, which we seek to develop in various fields."
For his part, the French President announced his full support for Iraq, and for the Prime Minister in his approach and measures to strengthen the Iraqi state institutions. Statement.

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Shafaq News/ Iraqi envoys continue to deliver invitations for the "Baghdad Summit for Regional Neighboring Countries", which Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's government intends to host at the end of this month.

 

And the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Minister Fuad Hussein handed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan an invitation from Al-Kazemi to attend the summit, and he also handed his Saudi counterpart, Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh, an invitation to King Salman to participate in the summit.

 

Also, last week, the Iraqi Minister of Planning Khaled Battal Al-Najm handed the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah a similar invitation from Al-Kazemi for the same purpose. And the day before yesterday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi received Iraqi Defense Minister Jumaa Inad Saadoun, who handed him a similar invitation.

 

Official sources said, in statements to the Saudi newspaper, Asharq Al-Awsat, that "it is hoped that high-level delegations will move to hand over the invitations to the rest of the leaders in the neighboring countries and the regional neighborhood."

 

And whether the invitation will be directed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the sources said, "It is not known yet whether Syria will be invited to attend the conference or not, although the summit agenda includes discussing the Syrian issue."

 

Last June, Baghdad hosted the tripartite summit between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan, in the framework of what Al-Kazemi called the "New Orient".

 

A source in the Iraqi government revealed to Shafaq News Agency, last week, that Al-Kazemi is working to establish a regional summit in the capital, Baghdad.

 

It is hoped that the countries surrounding Iraq will participate in this summit, in addition to Qatar, the UAE and Egypt, to be held after the middle or late of this month.

 

 Al-Kazemi's government has been working since taking power a year ago to restore Iraq's relations with its Arab and regional surroundings, after the tension witnessed by previous governments.

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Shafaq News / The Iranian Foreign Ministry commented on Monday on Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's move to hold the "Baghdad Summit for Regional Neighboring Countries", late this August, while confirming that it will decide based on the message it receives.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said, in response to journalists' questions about the Iraqi foreign minister's visit to Tehran and Iran's invitation to a regional meeting, that "the Iraqi foreign minister's visit will take place soon, and it is too early to speculate on the content of the visit."

Khatibzadeh added, during a press conference, held at the Iranian Foreign Ministry building, that "Iran will make decisions based on the message it receives."

Iraqi envoys continue to deliver invitations for the "Baghdad Summit for Regional Neighborhood Countries", which Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's government intends to host at the end of this month.

Al-Kazemi has called, so far, for the leaders of the countries of Kuwait, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, to attend the upcoming meeting, through visits by Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein to Turkey and Saudi Arabia, in addition to the visit of Minister of Planning Khaled Battal to the State of Kuwait.

The Iraqi summit is not limited to neighboring countries. It is hoped that Qatar, the UAE, Egypt, and representatives of the European Union will participate in it.

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Al-Kazemi sends a message to the King of Jordan

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, Monday, Finance Minister Ali Allawi handed to Jordan's King Abdullah II a message from Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported, quoting the Jordanian Royal Court, that the King reiterated, during receiving Allawi at Al Husseiniya Palace, Jordan's support for Iraq and its brotherly people in enhancing its security and stability.
The King praised the level of coordination and cooperation with the leadership and the government in Iraq, pointing out the need to translate the bilateral economic projects between the two countries and the tripartite with Egypt on the ground.
The King conveyed Minister Allawi his greetings to Al-Kazemi, and the meeting was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs. Petra did not reveal the details of the message. Ended 29/R77

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Yesterday, Monday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and French President Emmanuel Macron discussed the ongoing preparations for the upcoming regional conference in Baghdad at the end of this August, while Al-Kazemi’s envoys continue their tours to neighboring countries by handing over invitations to kings and presidents to attend the conference.
In a statement, the Prime Minister's Media Office stated that Al-Kazemi received a phone call from French President Emmanuel Macron, during which they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, as well as discussing the current regional situation and international developments.
The contact also discussed the ongoing preparations for holding a regional conference to be hosted by Iraq at the end of this month. Coordination was made to hold it in cooperation with France. The French president confirmed his aspiration to visit Iraq again and attend the conference.
Al-Kazemi stressed that France is a real partner for Iraq, and that the two countries have a long history of constructive relations, which we seek to develop in various fields.
For his part, the French President announced his full support for Iraq and the Prime Minister in his approach and measures to strengthen the Iraqi state institutions. Macron also praised the balanced Iraqi diplomacy, led by Al-Kazemi, and its contribution to consolidating the foundations of peace and stability.
In a related context, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, said in a statement: "Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein met his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh, and they discussed bilateral relations, and ways to enhance them to achieve common interests."
Al-Sahaf added that "the two sides also discussed regional and international issues of concern to the two brotherly countries, and the importance of concerted efforts to resolve the crises afflicting the region."
And the official spokesman continued, "The minister handed the Saudi Foreign Minister an invitation letter from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to King Salman bin Abdulaziz, regarding the meeting of the Iraq Neighboring Countries Conference to be held at the end of this month in Baghdad."
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Iraq to host 'regional summit' in late August, says prime minister

France and key players in the Middle East have been invited to attend the meeting

 

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Baghdad is to host a regional summit late this month, with French President Emmanuel Macron attending, the Iraqi prime minister's office said on Monday.

Iraq's Foreign Ministry said Saudi King Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had been invited, although an exact date has not been announced.

Baghdad is under pressure from powerful pro-Iran armed groups in Iraq to ensure that American personnel from a US-led coalition, which includes French troops, withdraw from the country.

 

Baghdad has not said whether newly inaugurated President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran would attend.

Iraq is seeking to establish itself as a mediator between Arab countries and Iran.

Mr Macron told Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al Kadhimi in a phone call that he planned to visit Iraq to attend the conference, Mr Al Kadhimi's office said.

It would be Mr Macron's second visit to the country in less than a year.

Iraq, an ally of Tehran and Washington, has been an arena for bitter rivalry between the two countries.

Baghdad has this year hosted senior Iranian and Saudi officials in efforts to help Tehran and Riyadh restore their relations, which collapsed in 2016.

 

A rebuilding of ties between those two regional heavyweights would benefit Iraq, which regularly sees rocket attacks by pro-Iran groups against US interests, including troops sent to fight ISIS.

Iraq officially declared victory over ISIS in 2017, but 2,500 US soldiers, alongside other coalition troops, remain in the country, and the extremists continue to carry out attacks.

Several hundred French troops are in Iraq as part of the anti-ISIS coalition in both Iraq and Syria.

While Iran considers ISIS to be an enemy, it is more preoccupied with the US presence in Iraq than any risk of a resurgence by the militants.

 

US President Joe Biden announced in July that US combat operations in Iraq will conclude by year-end.

The presence of pro-Iran paramilitaries in Iraq is routinely used by Tehran as a bargaining chip in diplomacy with Baghdad, Iraqi officials say.

Ramzy Mardini, an associate at the Pearson Institute at the University of Chicago, said the planned regional meeting was an "important step in symbolism and reflects the co-operative ties of the prime minister to regional leaders".

But its significance "should not be overstated".

The Iraqi "state ... remains contested, internally", Mr Mardini said.

Iraq's pro-Iran armed groups regard Mr Al Kadhimi, who has faced an uphill battle in trying to contain their power, as too close to Washington.

Mr Macron "praised Iraqi diplomacy as balanced" during Monday's call, Mr Al Kadhimi's office said.

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Al-Kazemi sends an invitation to the Iranian president to attend the Baghdad summit

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Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, sent, on Tuesday, an invitation to Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, an invitation to attend the Baghdad summit.
A statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, stated that "Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein and his accompanying delegation arrived today in Tehran, and he will meet Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, in addition to a number of Iranian officials."
The statement added that its minister "will discuss issues related to bilateral relations and the security situation in the region, in addition to handing over the invitation from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to the Iranian president to attend the summit meeting of Iraq's neighboring countries."
He explained: "The minister is accompanied by National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji, Director of the Prime Minister's Office, Raed Jouhi, and Head of the Neighboring Countries Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ihsan Al-Awadi." Ended 29/A43

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Victory Coalition: Iraq should not play the role of waiter regionally

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, a member of the Al-Nasr coalition, Ali Al-Sunaid, affirmed his coalition's welcome of the "Regional Neighborhood" conference and its support for any effort to consolidate stability, cooperation and peace in the region, which will reflect positively on all peoples.
Al-Sunaid called on whoever has the decision today, to be aware of the accuracy of the international regional equation to achieve the interests of Iraq according to balanced, wise and strong calculations at the same time. Iraq is not a “table” for a deaf meeting, and it is wrong to practice politics through the “role of the waiter.” Iraq has strategic power cards with which it can lead the region to stability or chaos, and the countries of the region must be well aware of Iraq’s role and choose between a strong Iraq that balances the conflict of strategies, and a weak and dependent Iraq It inevitably drags the countries of the region into conflict and chaos. The leaders of the Iraqi decision-making should be aware of the importance of the Iraqi role, and not give in to the political role of the "waiter".
Al-Sunaid pointed out that Haider al-Abadi was the first to break Iraq's regional and international isolation, starting from a position of strength and not the role of the "political waiter", by adopting the theory of "the Iraq of the center" and not Iraq that is dependent, biased or new. Ended 29 / h

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President Raisi: Iraq's initiative to hold a meeting of neighboring countries is a blessed step
  
{International: Al Furat News} Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi described Iraq's initiative to hold a meeting of neighboring countries as a "blessed step".


. Iranian news websites mentioned about President Raisi's reception of Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein in Tehran.
During the meeting, President Raisi said: "Dealing and cooperation of the countries of the region without foreign interference is the basic condition for sustainable security in the region, and that Iraq's initiative to hold a meeting of neighboring countries is a blessed step."
On Tuesday, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein and his accompanying delegation arrived in the Iranian capital, Tehran, to deliver the Iranian President, Ibrahim Raisi, an invitation from the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to attend the Baghdad conference.
According to the ministerial statement, the latter will meet with Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi, in addition to a number of Iranian officials, and will discuss issues related to bilateral relations and the security situation in the region, in addition to handing over the invitation from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to the Iranian president to attend the summit meeting of the neighboring countries of Iraq.

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The Iranian president receives Al-Kazemi's invitation and comments on the Baghdad summit
  
{Political: Al Furat News} Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein delivered, on Tuesday, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ibrahim Raisi, a letter of invitation from Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to attend the "Conference of Neighboring Countries in Baghdad".


. In the ministerial statement, {Al-Furat News} received a copy of it that: "During the meeting, the importance of strengthening bilateral cooperation relations between the two current countries was discussed."
The Minister of Foreign Affairs stressed that: "Organizing the conference of the Iraqi neighbors comes in the context of measures aimed at supporting the political process and economic growth in Iraq." 
While he expressed: "his hope for more cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran to serve the interests of the two countries," stressing that "the establishment of sustainable security in the region will not be achieved without the participation of Iraq's neighboring countries."
The Minister of Foreign Affairs stressed that: "Convening this conference will provide the conditions for dialogue between countries, leading to a common understanding at the level of the region."
For his part, President Raisi described "this decision by the Iraqi government as a blessed step," adding that: Iran considers dialogue between the countries of the region in the context of addressing issues and improving relations between them, a step towards strengthening regional security and stability.

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 Baghdad: Shaima Rashid
 Tehran: Muhammad Salih Seddian 
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Fuad Hussein, handed the new Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi an invitation to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to attend the peace conference for the neighboring countries of Iraq.
Hussein said: The organization of the "Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference" comes in the context of measures aimed at supporting the political process and economic growth in Iraq, noting that the establishment of sustainable security in the region will not be achieved without the participation of the two neighboring countries. He believed that the convening of this conference would provide the conditions for dialogue between countries, leading to a common understanding at the level of the region.
Meanwhile, President Raisi described the Iraqi government's initiative to hold a peace conference in Baghdad as a "blessed step", referring to Iran's full support for Iraq and its quest to contribute to solving Iraq's problems, "because it considers the growth and prosperity of this country a part of its growth and prosperity."  
He promised dialogue between the countries of the region, in the context of addressing their issues and improving relations among them, as a step towards strengthening regional security and stability.
The foreign minister had held talks with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, on ways to strengthen bilateral relations and face the challenges they are witnessing.
 Region. 
Hussein also met yesterday, Tuesday, with the Secretary of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council, Admiral Ali Shamkhani, and they exchanged views on issues of common concern, including the issue of confronting terrorism and foreign interference in the region.
In another context, the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture called on the Prime Minister to invest in a conference of neighboring countries to raise the water problem and find solutions for it with the Turkish and Iranian sides.
Committee member Jamal Fakher said in an interview with “Al-Sabah”: “The water crisis has begun to appear in Iraq, and there are many rivers that have dried up or their water has diminished, as Iran cut off the Karun River and Turkey’s imports of water are below the required level, despite negotiations with Turkey and Iran, but they did not provide anything."
He added that "the water file must be adopted by the Prime Minister personally because it is an important file," explaining that "there are formed committees, but they did not provide anything practical, and the three presidencies should intervene to solve this issue, especially since there is a lot of agricultural land that has dried up, and if the situation continues in this way, we will We will witness a migration from the countryside to the cities because of the lack of water."
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Today, Tuesday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed the competent authorities to pay attention to the entrances to Baghdad, which are currently not worthy of the capital and its position.

The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement received by the "National News Center", that "Al-Kazemi inspected the Dora-Yusufiyah highway project, toured with the engineering angel in the project, and was briefed on the joints of its work and the stages of completion."

The statement added, "Al-Kazemi held a meeting with the engineering owners of the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Municipalities, and the owners of the company executing the project, where he thanked the technical and engineering staff, and all project workers."

Al-Kazemi said, "The project represents the beginning of correcting many projects that have remained ink on paper without real implementation, for various reasons, foremost of which is corruption and mismanagement."

He explained, "This project has been designed for decades, and it is of great importance, and it is necessary to be a model for correcting the situation in the future, with regard to the development of important roads in Iraq and all other projects."

The Prime Minister affirmed that “all the needs of implementing this project will be provided; With the aim of completing it on time,” he directed the competent authorities to “pay attention to the entrances to Baghdad, which are currently not worthy of the capital and its position.”

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 Baghdad: Shaima Rashid
 Tehran: Muhammad Salih Seddian 
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Fuad Hussein, handed the new Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi an invitation to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to attend the peace conference for the neighboring countries of Iraq.
Hussein said: The organization of the "Iraqi Neighboring Countries Conference" comes in the context of measures aimed at supporting the political process and economic growth in Iraq, noting that the establishment of sustainable security in the region will not be achieved without the participation of the two neighboring countries. He believed that the convening of this conference would provide the conditions for dialogue between countries, leading to a common understanding at the level of the region.
Meanwhile, President Raisi described the Iraqi government's initiative to hold a peace conference in Baghdad as a "blessed step", referring to Iran's full support for Iraq and its quest to contribute to solving Iraq's problems, "because it considers the growth and prosperity of this country a part of its growth and prosperity."  
He promised dialogue between the countries of the region, in the context of addressing their issues and improving relations among them, as a step towards strengthening regional security and stability.
The foreign minister had held talks with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, on ways to strengthen bilateral relations and face the challenges they are witnessing.
 Region. 
Hussein also met yesterday, Tuesday, with the Secretary of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council, Admiral Ali Shamkhani, and they exchanged views on issues of common concern, including the issue of confronting terrorism and foreign interference in the region.
In another context, the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture called on the Prime Minister to invest in a conference of neighboring countries to raise the water problem and find solutions for it with the Turkish and Iranian sides.
Committee member Jamal Fakher said in an interview with “Al-Sabah”: “The water crisis has begun to appear in Iraq, and there are many rivers that have dried up or their water has diminished, as Iran cut off the Karun River and Turkey’s imports of water are below the required level, despite negotiations with Turkey and Iran, but they did not provide anything."
He added that "the water file must be adopted by the Prime Minister personally because it is an important file," explaining that "there are formed committees, but they did not provide anything practical, and the three presidencies should intervene to solve this issue, especially since there is a lot of agricultural land that has dried up, and if the situation continues in this way, we will We will witness a migration from the countryside to the cities because of the lack of water."
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