Baghdad The official spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, said that the “Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership” did not discuss international and regional controversial files.
Al-Sahaf said, in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA), that “the Baghdad conference confirmed that the economy and investment are practical approaches that express the aspirations of the peoples and governments of the region.” He pointed out that “Iraq needs to invest all available opportunities, and capabilities in stimulating those areas.”
He added that “Iraq through its conference today reaped the fruits of the discourse of balance and collective initiatives to defuse crises, noting that” the Baghdad conference practically reflects that Baghdad has become receptive regionally and internationally as a platform for partnership and balance in the region for the interests of all.”
He explained that “Iraq presents itself as an effective state on the condition that the requirements of sovereignty and the aspirations of the Iraqi people are fulfilled, and that there is no interference in their internal affairs, as the words of the presidencies, leaders and delegations attending referred to these changes.”
The official Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that “important outcomes will emerge from this conference related to realistic and programmatic applications of the sectoral and technical parties in the governments of the participating countries,” noting that “Iraqi foreign policy is based on the development of strategic partnerships, and we are not talking about a partnership with one party without the other, but rather diversification of partnerships. The strategy aims to multiply the economic and investment gates for the country in general.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency