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Iranian presence in Iraq bears destructive effects: Saudi FM

2018/02/14 | 20:40

(Iraq Now News)- Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said Wednesday Iranian presence in Iraq bears destructive effects and endangers the unity and stability of the country. 

In press statements on the sideline of the Iraq Reconstruction Conference held in Kuwait, al-Jubeir hoped the Baghdad government would further cooperate with neighboring countries to rebuild Iraq. 

He also warned against the possibility of the emergence of new terror group after the defeat of ISIS. 

In December 2017, Iraqi PM Haider Abadi declared the full liberation of his country from ISIS. 

Jubeir stressed that ISIS would also be defeated in Syria.

But he indicated the terror group would re-emerge in Libya or other African countries. 

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