Baghdad - INA
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Saturday that Iraq's foreign policy is based on not engaging in the policy of axes and focusing on the many participants that join us with neighboring and regional countries in a way that preserves security and stability and achieves the interests and prosperity of all peoples in the region.
In a statement received by the prime minister's office, the prime minister said: The visit of the prime minister and his meeting with the members of the UN Security Council on this first visit to Iraq is an indication of the Council's support for Iraq and the changes it has witnessed in all areas. And great security, expressing his thanks and appreciation for this visit.
Iraq witnessed external and internal wars, campaigns of persecution, annihilation and waves of terrorism, and we have destroyed infrastructure, social divisions, waste of our wealth, human and material resources, and large debts, he said.
Nevertheless, the Iraqis were able to pass the constitution and hold several legislative elections, And freed their cities, adding, When the Supreme Religious Council issued the fatwa of the jihad to defend Iraq volunteered millions and unite and this unity defeated the daisy, and that our forces in various formations united and mobilized their strengths and was able to achieve victory, noting that Deep crises, sacrifices and major challenges faced by Iraq deserve greater international support for the reconstruction of liberated and affected areas.