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Jun 03, 2019
7:35AM

Iraqi President reaffirms his country's policy to ease tensions in Middle East region

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Iraqi President Barham Salih has reaffirmed his country's policy to ease tensions in the Middle East region and focus on the dialogue to solve the regional crises.

Salih's media office said in separate statements that Salih's comments came during his separate meetings with US charge d'affaires, Iranian ambassador, and ambassadors of Britain, Germany and France in the presidential palace in Baghdad.

During the day, the Iraqi President met the charge d'affaires of the US Embassy in Baghdad Joey Hood and the two discussed latest political developments at the regional and international levels. 


Salih's meetings came amid the tense situation in the region after US President Donald Trump decided not to re-issue the sanctions waivers for major importers to continue buying Iran's oil when they expired in early May.

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