Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein announced yesterday that a second regional summit on Iraq will be held in Amman on December 20, in which Iran and Turkey are expected to attend.
Hussein said at a joint press conference with the Jordanian and Egyptian foreign ministers, “The second version of the Baghdad Conference will take place in Amman on the 20th of this month.”
He added: “Turkey and Iran participated in the first conference in Baghdad, and we expect them to participate in the next conference as well.”
And he continued: “This partnership and cooperation conference was held mainly to support Iraq and its continued support, and when we talk about support for Iraq and continuous support for Iraq by the countries that participate in this conference, it also means support for Iraq. sovereignty”.
Hussein explained, “We are facing big challenges related to food security, drug security and energy security, and since these problems go beyond the country, we need regional and international relations to solve these problems.”
“We are in constant contact with the two capitals (Tehran and Ankara) to reach decisions to protect the sovereignty of Iraq and prevent these organizations from carrying out operations against neighboring countries,” he stressed.