Cairo - INA - Israa Khalifa
Today, Wednesday, the Arab Parliament voted unanimously to reject foreign interference in Iraq's internal affairs and not to make its territory a platform for settling international accounts, especially between Iran and the United States of America.
On the sidelines of the plenary session of the parliament, held in Cairo, Arab Member of Parliament MP Zafer Al-Ani said: The Arab Parliament also stressed the importance of working to achieve the aspirations of the Iraqi people, stopping any violations against peaceful demonstrators and their legitimate demands, and speeding up the formation of a government that works hard to meet the aspirations of the people and eliminate Corruption and countering foreign interference.
The Arab Parliament held its session with the participation of the Speaker of the Libyan Parliament, Aqila Salih, and the presence of Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan.
We are following with great concern the developments of the situation in Iraq because the security and stability of Iraq is an integral part of the security and stability of the region, said the head of the Arab Parliament, Meshaal Al-Salami, stressing the Arab parliament rejected all external interference in Iraq's internal affairs and made it an arena for regional and international conflict.