Source: A large Qatari delegation is coming to Baghdad on this date
A political source revealed on Saturday the visit of a large Qatari delegation to Baghdad on Sunday.
The source said “Baghdad today,” that “on Sunday will visit the capital Baghdad, a large Qatari economic delegation headed by the Minister of Commerce of Qatar.”
The source gave no further details.
The heads of a number of Arab countries, during the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, began official visits to Iraq to develop relations between them and Iraq, in a move aimed at restoring Iraq to its Arab depth.
Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman visited Baghdad on Friday (January 11, 2019) and expressed his country’s happiness in the return of Iraq to its Arab environment and looked forward to further cooperation with him, including restoring stability and reconstruction.
On Monday, January 14, 2019, Jordanian King Abdullah II visited Baghdad on a visit aimed at developing the two countries’ economic relations, discussing the US withdrawal from Syria, combating terrorism and following up the implementation of previous agreements between the two countries regarding the joint oil pipeline and the interconnections between the two countries,
A senior Saudi delegation visited Baghdad on Thursday, March 14, 2019, and met with President Barham Salih, who stressed Iraq’s keenness to bring the views of the countries of the region closer to achieving stability and avoiding conflicts and conflicts. In a meeting with the delegation, Iraq to develop relations with Saudi Arabia and revealed an upcoming visit to Riyadh aimed at signing important agreements. Source