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Kaabi: Arab voice must be strong at Inter-Parliamentary Union

2018/10/13 | 22:20

(Iraq Now News)-

First Deputy Parliament Speaker Hassan al-Kaabi asserted on Saturday the need for the voice of the Arabs to be present and strong in the meetings of the Inter-Parliamentary Union.A statement from the Kaabi’s office said that the Iraqi parliamentary delegation participating in the work of the Inter-Parliamentary Union in Geneva is being headed by Kaabi.

The delegation attended a coordination meeting of the Arab Group, which comes to unify their positions on the issues before the Inter-Parliamentary Union.Kaabi stressed that the voice of the Arabs should be present and strong in the meetings of the Inter-Parliamentary Union in order to contribute to addressing current issues, developing effective solutions to them, and influencing decisions to serve Arab peoples.

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