Baghdad - INA
The Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, affirmed that the Kingdom supports the efforts of the Iraqi government to spare the Iraq tragedies of fighting and terrorism, while noting that his country is looking forward to bilateral cooperation with Iraq in various fields.
Bin Abdulaziz said in a speech to the work of the first year of the eighth session of the Shura Council, which was followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia stands with Iraq and its brotherly people, and supports the efforts of his government to spare Iraq the tragedies of fighting and terrorism, paying its deep concern to live a decent life by standing next to him.”
He continued, "In the interest of its stability and preservation of its position in its Arab environment, and the strengthening of brotherhood and strategic ties in a manner befitting the bilateral relations and the history that unites them and the common destiny between them."
Bin Abdulaziz added "As well as cooperation in various fields through the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, stressing the results of the fourth session of the Council, including the joint work plan that includes investment projects between the two countries, and their pursuit of what serves the aspirations of the governments and the peoples of the two brotherly countries."