PM commits to meeting diaspora's needs

Sudani meets with members of Russia’s Iraqi community

BAGHDAD, October 11 — Prime Minister Mohammed Shiaa’ Al-Sudani said his government would welcome anyone willing to contribute to development and reforms in Iraq, stressing the importance of leveraging competencies wherever they may be found.

Al-Sudani met with members of the Iraqi diaspora in Moscow during his official visit to Russia, following an invitation from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s press office, Al-Sudani listened to a comprehensive presentation about the Iraqi community, their affairs, needs, and the main obstacles and challenges they face living abroad. During the meeting, he discussed his government’s commitment to implementing economic, administrative, and service reforms that benefit all Iraqi citizens and align with their aspirations.

Al-Sudani emphasized the significance of Iraqi competencies contributing to nation-building and achieving progress. He reaffirmed the government’s commitment to supporting Iraqi citizens worldwide and facilitating their affairs, providing them with all necessary administrative services, and taking care of their interests.