On Tuesday, French President Emmanuel Macron called on Iraq and its neighbors to overcome any divisions, with the aim of ensuring the security and security of Iraq and neighboring countries.
This came during his participation in the opening of the second edition of the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership held in Jordan.
He said that Iraq is “one of the victims of regional instability,” calling on its neighbors, especially Syria and Lebanon, to “devise an agenda of honest cooperation to solve security problems.”
He added that all countries participating in the conference “seek to establish security and stability in Iraq and the region.”
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In the context, Macron praised the pivotal role Jordan plays in supporting dialogue and promoting diplomacy in the region and the world.
He continued, “The region is turning into a diplomatic center of gravity and is now strengthening its role in global stability.”
Twelve countries are participating in the conference, which are Iraq and Jordan, the hosts of the conference, France the one who is calling for it, Turkey, Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Qatar, the Sultanate of Oman, Bahrain and Iran.
The conference aims to help Iraq provide security, stability and prosperity, and discusses other pivotal files, the region and the region at the fore.
The first edition of the conference was held in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, in August 2021.