The Saudi Foreign Minister added, during his participation in the Baghdad Summit for Cooperation and Partnership, that the meeting coincides with challenges that require us to raise the level of coordination, noting that Saudi Arabia continues to coordinate with Iraq to confront the threat of extremism, and he valued the role of the Iraqi government in controlling the loose arms of the militias.
Prince Faisal bin Farhan said that dialogue is the Kingdom’s approach to dealing with any international or regional differences, and he reiterated Saudi Arabia’s support for Al-Kazemi’s government to ensure the stability of Iraq.
Baghdad, the capital of isolated and almost isolated Iraq for 18 years, hosts leaders and senior officials from the regional neighbors, along with France and the United States, in a conference in which the government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi seeks guarantees for the stability of Iraq and its distance from regional tensions and external interference.
The conference will be attended by leaders, most notably the French president, the Jordanian monarch, the Egyptian president, the prime ministers of the UAE and Kuwait, and the foreign ministers of Iran and Turkey.
The conference is expected to discuss a range of security, political and economic files.
Through the conference, Iraq seeks to emphasize restoring its political role in the region, and sources indicate that the conferees will confirm support for the Iraqi government and the fight against terrorism.