Iraq’s PM, Russia’s Putin discuss bilateral relations: INA

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SULAIMANI (ESTA) — The Iraqi Prime Minister and Russia’s Putin discussed the bilateral relations on Thursday via a phone call, the state news agency (INA) reported.

Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Sudani highlighted Iraq’s keenness to maintain the relationship with Russia in various fields after he received a call from Russian President Vladimir Putin, INA said.

The two sides also discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to enhance them, as well as a number of regional and international files of common concern, according to INA.

For his part, the Russian President congratulated Prime Minister on the occasion of forming the government and expressed his wishes for the success of its tasks.

Putin also affirmed Russia’s keenness to develop the relationship with Iraq, and the desire to develop it and open horizons for mutual cooperation, INA added.

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