Baghdad Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi met today, Thursday, the White House coordinator for Middle East and North Africa affairs Brett McGurk and his accompanying delegation.
During the meeting, according to a statement by Al-Kadhimi’s office, they discussed coordination and joint cooperation in various fields, and preparations for holding the next round of strategic dialogue between Iraq and the United States of America, and the mechanisms for the withdrawal of combat forces from Iraq and the transition to a new phase of strategic cooperation that develops the relationship between Iraq and the United States of America. The two countries will strengthen Iraq’s security and sovereignty, in addition to expanding cooperation in the economic, cultural and commercial fields, and in the field of health cooperation and confronting the Coronavirus pandemic.
During the meeting, the regional situation was discussed, and the region’s need to give precedence to the language of dialogue and calm, and Iraq’s growing role in this field.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency