Bilateral Relations and Stability of Security Situation in Baghdad were Main Issues that were Discussed during a Call Foreign Minister Received from his Canadian Counterpart
Foreign Minister Mr. Fuad Hussein received a phone call from Mr. François-Philippe Champagne, Canadian Foreign Minister, developments in Iraq and various aspects of bilateral relations were discussed in addition to means of cooperation in various fields.
Minister Fuad Hussein stressed the importance of achieving partnership between Iraq and Canada, and continuing cooperation in various fields.
The Minister briefed his Canadian counterpart on the latest developments in Iraq, including the security situation, explaining that the security situation in Iraq is improving compared to the previous state, and noted that the government is making great efforts in this area, and also reviewed the economic reform priorities that the Iraqi government intends to implement during the next phase, stating the most important challenges facing Iraq and the region.
Mr. Philippe expressed his support for the government and people of Iraq in facing various challenges, stressing that his country stood by Iraqis in the war against the Da’esh terrorist organization and stands with them in stabilizing the economy, building the economy, and preserving sovereignty.