Monday 14 January 2019 01:34 PM
France cancels Iraq debt through Paris ClubBAGHDAD / Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi on Monday thanked French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Lourdien for his country’s position on canceling debts owed by Iraq through the Paris Club.
“France is a country that is friendly to Iraq and its relations are very important for its position and its strong and distinguished role. We look forward to a greater contribution and presence in the fields of economy, services, culture and education, in continuation of France’s position with Iraq in its war against Da’ash, And to continue coordination and communication on support for security and stability in the region.
He pointed out that “the democratic experiment in Iraq is being strengthened and made progress for the benefit of all Iraqis, and that a supporter is not an Iraqi industry but a backward and extremist thinking industry, calling for building balances that support moderation, moderation and civic values.” He stressed his keenness to develop partnership with France in combating terrorism, , And expressed full readiness to overcome obstacles and legacies.
The Prime Minister thanked France’s position to cancel the debt owed by Iraq through the Paris Club, while proposing a study twinning between the cities of Paris and Baghdad welcomed by the French side and promised to study.
For his part , the French Foreign Minister said that we came to declare our full support for Iraq and its government and to express France’s will to expand relations with Iraq and to continue to stand by Iraq in building after our supporting position in defeating the support and support of the Iraqi forces. He added that Iraq has become a key player in stability and its policy. And that France will go forward with the partnership and cooperation with Iraq and support the Iraqi government, which is leading Iraq successfully, referring to the upcoming visit of French President Macaron to Baghdad to reaffirm support and develop friendly relations and cooperation. The existing partnership between the two countries. Finished