Al-Kazemi and Macron discuss bilateral relations between Iraq and France
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and French President Emmanuel Macron discussed, on Saturday, bilateral relations between Iraq and France and ways to enhance and advance them.
The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that “Al-Kazemi received a phone call from French President Emmanuel Macron,” pointing out that “the communication discussed frameworks for bilateral relations between Iraq and France politically, economically and culturally and in other areas and ways to enhance them And promoting it to serve the interests of the Iraqi and French people.”
The two sides discussed “the overall regional and international conditions and ways to enhance calm and stability, as well as discussing issues of common concern.”
Al-Kazemi stressed that “Iraq is continuing to build balanced cooperation and exchange relations with all international partners, far from the policy of axes and escalation.”
For his part, the French President praised “Iraq’s positions in this field and the efforts of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi that are in the interest of strengthening international security and stability,” stressing “his country’s support for Iraq and the desire to expand cooperation, especially economically, and the desire of French companies to invest in Iraq in various sectors.”