Hakim Meets Japanese Ambassador To Iraq

Human Rights

“The holding of the upcoming elections in a calm atmosphere will pave the way for the formation of a new and strong government to carry out the burden of building the state,” said the head of the National Alliance, Ammar al-Hakim.

A statement by the head of the National Alliance said, “Hakim received on Tuesday in his office the Japanese Ambassador, Fumio Iwai and discussed the results of the donor conference held in Kuwait and the international desire to support Iraq, and confirms the positive stand towards It.

He praised the “level of relations between Iraq and Japan, calling for strengthening in all areas,” expressing “optimism for a better future for Iraq, and the completion of the process of building the state and provide services to people and strengthen external relations regionally and internationally,” pointing out that “the holding of the next elections in an atmosphere of calm and stability competition on the basis of programs will pave the way for the formation of a new and strong government to carry out the burden of nation-building. “

He added, “The Iraqis are looking forward to a new phase, which requires that all political forces have the responsibility to meet the aspirations of the people,”

Source: National Iraqi News Agency