The telephone conversation of the senior official of the White House with the Prime Minister of Iraq

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Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammad Shia al-Sudani received a phone call from Brett McGurk, the coordinator of Middle East and North Africa affairs in the White House.

In the statement of the Iraqi Prime Minister’s Information Office about this phone call, it is stated that Brett McGurk, while congratulating Al-Sudani on his tenure as Prime Minister, expressed the continued support of the United States for the stability, security and sovereignty of Iraq and President Biden’s desire to strengthen strategic relations. bilaterally emphasized.

Based on this statement, the Prime Minister of Iraq emphasized that Iraq is a unified, independent and sovereign country and the priority of his government is to maintain balanced relations and create economic partnerships in the region and the world.

The statement added: The call witnessed an agreement between the two sides on the importance of continuing efforts to ensure the permanent defeat of ISIS and supporting Iraq’s regional role to build a bridge between the countries of the region.

In the aforementioned statement, the Iraqi Prime Minister is quoted as saying that he plans to send a delegation headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs to Washington to promote the common interests of the two countries within the framework of the Strategic Framework Agreement. In this trip, there will also be discussions about energy investment in Iraq and the fight against the effects of climate change.