Baghdad - INA
Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammad Ali al-Hakim said Monday that Iraq's security is the top priority of the government, stressing the importance of the safety of all Iraqi security structures that have legal cover.
Complementing the escalating diplomatic movement in the past two days, conducted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammed Ali al-Hakim from the meeting of ambassadors, caretakers (for the absence of their ambassadors) from the permanent members of the UN Security Council (America, Britain, France and China), as well as the German charge d'affaires (for the absence of The Ambassador).Today, he met with the Ambassador of Russia (a permanent member of the UN Security Council) and held an extensive meeting with Arab ambassadors accredited to Iraq.
These meetings come within the framework of stressing the centrality of preserving Iraq's independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and social cohesion, its rejection of any interference in its internal affairs, or its involvement in the crises of the region as a party at the expense of another party.
It was also stressed that Iraq is committed to the principle of good-neighborliness, and will not be allowed to be the arena for conflict and disagreement