According to News i Agency’s International Group, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, who has traveled to the UAE, met with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries.
According to the news site Al-Sumaria News, Al-Kadhimi met with Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Iraqi Armed Forces, as part of his visit to the United Arab Emirates, the Iraqi Prime Minister’s Information Office said in a statement.
The statement said: “During the meeting, the two sides discussed bilateral relations between the UAE and Iraq and the strengthening of cooperation in various fields, the situation in the region and the return of Iraq to play a pivotal role in creating stability and peace in the region.”
According to the statement, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi welcomed the Iraqi Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation and praised Iraq’s efforts to reform and develop its economy and improve the investment climate, and the country’s role in strengthening security and stability in the region and its policy in He praised the policy of calm and dialogue.
Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan later wrote on Twitter about his meeting with al-Kadhimi: “I talked to Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi about strengthening brotherly relations and moving them forward in various fields.”
He added: “The UAE always supports what the stability of Iraq and the interests of its people achieve.
Al-Kadhimi also wrote on Twitter: “In order to complete the government’s policy to strengthen Iraq’s relations with the world and its neighbors and its Arab surroundings based on common interests, we traveled to the United Arab Emirates with a government delegation and during this trip discussed various issues in developing relations.” We examined the bilateral relationship between the two countries.
Al-Kadhimi also met with a group of Emirati companies and businessmen at his headquarters in the UAE today, saying that the doors of Iraq are open to Emirati companies and businessmen, and that several measures have been taken to remove obstacles to companies investing in Iraq.