Iraq and Saudi Arabia discuss strengthening frameworks for cooperation and joint coordination
Baghdad The Ambassador of Iraq in Cairo, his permanent representative to the League of Arab States, Ahmed Nayef Al-Dulaimi, discussed with Ambassador Abdul Rahman bin Saeed Al-Juma, the permanent representative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Arab League, strengthening the frameworks of cooperation and joint coordination between the two countries.
During the meeting, Al-Dulaimi stressed the importance of "continuing and strengthening the frameworks of cooperation and joint coordination between the two brotherly countries, in light of the consensus of visions on the issues and challenges facing the Arab nation," noting Iraq's keenness to strengthen and develop joint Arab action mechanisms and support the crucial issues facing the Arab nation.
Ambassador Juma commended the depth of the brotherly relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Iraq and the strength they witness at all levels, reviewing ways to develop bilateral relations to meet the aspirations and aspirations of the two countries and the two brotherly peoples, noting the importance of joint coordination between the two countries on various Arab and regional issues.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency