Baghdad Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi received, today, Tuesday, the Secretary-General of the Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, and his accompanying delegation.
During the meeting, they discussed current issues on the Arab and regional arenas, the general situation in Arab countries, the latest developments of the Palestinian cause, and the role of the Arab League in promoting the positive path within these files.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister indicated, according to a statement by his media office, to the role played by the Arab League in bringing views closer, reducing tensions, and in strengthening the Arab presence in Iraq; which enjoys a popular and political response.
Al-Kadhimi stressed: "In its foreign relations, Iraq is following the approach of giving priority to dialogue in place of estrangement and collision," noting: "Iraq sees the need for Arab countries to rely on themselves, and to be open to exchanging views among the brothers."
For his part, Abul-Gheit praised Iraq's return to playing its regional and Arab role, and considered this a victorious return that has positive repercussions on all regional and Arab files, including the files of enhancing security and stability, and sustainable development in the region.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency