An American newspaper: The new Iraq strategy is wonderful, and Al-Kazemi is heading for two countries

An American newspaper: The new Iraq strategy is wonderful, and Al-Kazemi is heading for two countries

08/31/2020 10:03:35

An American newspaper - The new Iraq strategy is wonderful and Al-Kazemi is heading for two countries{International: Al Furat News} A US report indicated that the strategic shift of Iraqi policy towards the Mediterranean region, “is a great step for the benefit of the oil-rich country.”
The American “National Interest” magazine described that oil is not the only resource for Baghdad, but rather that the people are the greatest asset of Iraq, despite the poverty that it has lived in for years.
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met in Amman last week with Jordanian President Abdullah bin Al-Hussein and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi in a tripartite summit to discuss economic and political cooperation, which witnessed new economic understandings that are in the interest of Iraq.
The report indicates that Al-Kazemi seeks to link Iraq with Cyprus and Greece, which have turned their back on employing the Turks after the tension in the eastern Mediterranean region between Greece and Turkey, which is what the Iraqi leadership seeks to employ its people in the two countries, which is a gain for all parties.
40% of the Iraqi population is preparing to enter the workforce, and they are the generation born after 2003, which witnessed the toppling of the ousted President Saddam.
The Iraqi diplomacy was active within two months, after Al-Kazemi’s visit to Tehran, followed by a visit to Washington, in which he met US President Donald Trump, at the White House.
The ministers accompanying the Prime Minister, in Washington, signed a number of important contracts to strengthen the important oil sector in Iraq, and to enable Iraq to become more independent in the field of electricity.
Iraq is seeking to achieve a balance in diplomatic relations between Tehran and Washington, although this is not easy. However, the next stage includes efforts to diversify energy sources, which is what Washington seeks to achieve through cooperation with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait in this field, with the aim of improving the electrical network that is witnessing Interruption permanently repeated in Iraq.
The report pointed out that Al-Kazemi wants to establish firm future foundations for Iraq, away from the factions whose struggle has torn Iraq apart, as well as making Iraq a major player in the region.
Iraq suffers from difficult economic conditions, which increased after the outbreak of the new Corona virus, which increases the difficulty of the reform project led by the new prime minister.
Al-Kazemi took office as a substitute for the resigned Adel Abdul Mahdi, who was helped by massive popular protests to topple him.

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