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Iraq: President meets speaker of House of Representatives

On 23rd October, Monday, the president of Iran, Dr Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, met Mohamed Al-Halbousi, speaker of the House of Representatives in Baghdad. Meetings discussed many issues of regional and international importance, including the issue of the Israel-Hamas conflict.

On 23rd October, Monday, the president of Iraq, Dr Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, met Mohamed Al-Halbousi, speaker of the House of Representatives in Baghdad. Meetings discussed many issues of regional and international importance, including the issue of the Israel-Hamas conflict.

Both of them discussed political and economic issues. President appreciates the speaker’s role in smooth functioning of the house. He encouraged the speaker to bring more transparency into the day-to-day affairs of the house.

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In the meeting, the issue of coordination between the House of Representatives and the office of president of the republic was also discussed. Both of them stressed that there is an urgent need to enhance the maximum cooperation and coordination between all the stakeholders to improve the political situation in the country.

The meeting also discussed the latest developments in the Gaza Strip and the importance of political and diplomatic efforts to stop the ongoing war and continuous shelling of civilians; they also reiterated Iraq’s popular and formal position in rejecting any attempts to evacuate Palestinians and their demand to establish a Palestinian state and its capital, the holy Jerusalem.

Further they also condemned the large-scale violence happening currently in the Gaza Strip. They also criticised the recent attack on the hospital in Gaza belt.

Although many other topics were discussed, conflict in Gaza was the top agenda. Iran’s president emphasised the peaceful solution to the Middle-east conflict. They also expressed apprehension that if steps are not taken immediately, then other countries can also be dragged into the conflict.

The discussion also covered the need for humanitarian aid for the Gaza Strip. As limited supply is being allowed to the Gaza Strip, there are huge humanitarian crises being faced by unarmed civilians. They pressed for permission for more aid to the Gaza Strip. It was also discussed during the discussion that all the countries need to put pressure at the international level to stop the Israel-Hamas war.

Tariq Saeed

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