Al-Kazemi invites NATO Secretary to visit Baghdad and discuss joint cooperation with NATO
On Friday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi invited NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg to visit Baghdad to discuss ways to raise the level of joint work, especially in the field of training and support to the security forces
This came during a phone call to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, who offered Al-Kazemi congratulations on his assumption of the prime minister and the confidence of the House of Representatives.
A statement by the Prime Minister’s Office said that Stoltenberg assured Al-Kazemi, “NATO’s eagerness to strengthen partnership with Iraq in combating terrorism through the training mission operating in Iraq,” indicating “the need of the international community to cooperate with Iraq to face the challenges of terrorism.”
For his part, Al-Kazemi thanked the Secretary General of NATO for his congratulations, and stressed that “the Iraqi government attaches great importance to partnership with NATO, and he presented him with an invitation to visit Baghdad at the earliest opportunity accompanied by his work team to discuss ways to raise the level of joint work, especially in the field of training and support to the security forces And to overcome obstacles, whether security or related to health protection measures.” Source