BAGHDAD - Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said that the victory of Iraqis and the liberation of their land opens a new era for a stable Iraq.
Abadi said during his meeting with a number of media and political analysts that Iraq's political decision is independent, and we are looking for the interest of our people, and our foreign relations are based on the superiority of the supreme interest of Iraq and its people and away from convulsions and axes and win friends instead of increasing enemies, calling for focus on development and fighting corruption, and not allow the return of terrorism in the next stage.
"Our decision is not to allow our territory to be used against any neighboring country, and Iraq must be a confluence, not a conflict zone, or an intersection and a rivalry," Abadi said. "We do not want our land to be turned into a battlefield for wars.
"We have a great deal of work to rebuild the cities of Iraq and extend security throughout the country," he added.
On his visit to the neighboring countries, Abadi said it was agreed in advance, and we aim to achieve new relations with neighbors not based on conflicts, but on understandings and cooperate seriously against terrorism.
Abadi called on all politicians to stop the language of political conflicts, which it serve only the enemy, and discredit their country in front of the world.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency