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President of the Republic confirms Iraq’s keenness to strengthen cooperation relations with the European Union

2019/07/14 | 13:40

(Iraq Now News)-

WAAR_DUHOK     The President of the Republic, Dr.

Barham Salih, said Saturday that Iraq is keen through its international relations to establish peace and stability and calm crises in the region and the world.

During his meeting with EU High Representative for Security Policy and Foreign Affairs Federica Mugherini, President Saleh stressed the need ...

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