Al-Ghazi: The Iraqis are inspired by lessons to restore the country's leading role 

  • 9-12-2021, 16:35
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    The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, confirmed today, Thursday, that the Iraqis are inspired by lessons to raise the status of the decision and the leading role, noting that Iraq has overcome many internal and external challenges. 

    The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "under the patronage of the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naim Al-Ghazi, the Secretariat celebrated the centenary of the founding of the Iraqi state, in the presence of the advanced owners and staff in it." 

    The Secretary-General of the Council, in a speech delivered on his behalf by his deputy, Farhad Nematullah Hussein, confirmed that "the date of August 23, 1921 is a historic day in the memory of Iraqis, as it is the day that practically dates the beginning of a new state, inspired by modern values in managing the country's capabilities." 

    He added, "The Iraqis are celebrating today the centenary of the Iraqi state in thought and practice. They continue, through a remarkable national effort, to cross internal and external challenges in various fields, inspiring lessons and lessons to raise the status of the Iraqi decision and restore the vital and pioneering role of the country at the level of the region and the world," noting that " The most prominent thing that the international community witnessed was the rare image of the sons of Mesopotamia in defending their lands and sanctities against the fiercest barbaric attack known in the modern and contemporary era, represented by the major confrontation with the terrorist gangs of ISIS. from the defilement of enemies."