Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein stressed Saturday, that there is a need to reconsider the agreements concluded between Iraq and Morocco in different eras.
Hussein said during a press conference with his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita, which was attended by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the discussions with his Moroccan counterpart witnessed a number of interesting discussions, the most prominent of which was the strengthening of relations between the two countries, the exchange of facilitating the entry of Iraqis and businessmen, the establishment of trade and economic relations, and the exchange of consultations on political issues between the two countries."
He pointed out that "the talks also dealt with cooperation at the level of education through building universities between the two countries, strengthening the cultural aspect and nationalizing the universities between the two countries."
Hussein stressed that "Iraq supports the territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Morocco, and that Iraq supports the relevant international resolutions and resorting to peaceful solutions in the desert region," noting that "the Moroccan embassy in Iraq will be opened today, which is important for building relations and developing friendship between the two countries."
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