Meets Iranian national security advisor
Iraqi PM rejects of ‘unilateral actions’ in Iraq by neighbors
BAGHDAD — Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani declared on Monday that Iraq rejects any unilateral actions by neighboring countries that contradict international principles based on mutual respect for sovereignty. This readout was posted after a meeting with Iranian National Security Adviser Ali Akbar Ahmadian.
Prime Minister Mohammed S. Al-Sudani, met the Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mr. Ali-Akbar Ahmadian.
In the meeting, the Prime Minister emphasized Iraq’s rejection of any unilateral actions by any country, emphasizing the importance of adhering to international principles grounded in mutual respect for sovereignty. The Prime Minister emphasized Iraq’s commitment to the principle of good neighborliness and fostering strong relations with regional and global countries. However, he made it clear that such pursuits should not compromise Iraq’s sovereignty and security.
His Excellency highlighted Iraq’s ongoing and significant efforts to uphold stability and foster calm, emphasizing the shared interests of the peoples in the region.
For his part, Mr. Ahmadian affirmed the Islamic Republic of Iran’s commitment to Iraq’s security and stability, and its keenness to continue collaborating in accordance with the joint security agreement between Iraq and Iran in a way that preserves the security of the two neighboring countries.