SULAIMANI (ESTA) — Iraqi President Latif Rashid and American Ambassador to Iraq Alina L. Romanowski on Tuesday met and discussed Iraq-U.S. bilateral relationship.
Iraq’s presidential office in a statement revealed that President Rashid has welcomed the American Ambassador at the Baghdad Palace.
“Iraq-U.S. bilateral relationship was discussed during the meeting and how best to strengthen these ties across all sectors in a way that would most benefit both nations’ interests and help ease tension in the region, which could be realized through dialogue,” the statement read.
“Ambassador Romanowski reiterated that the U.S. would continue to support Iraq’s stability and security, emphasizing U.S.’s commitment to the strategic partnership with Iraq to provide necessary assistance,” the statement added.
In the meantime, President Rashid expressed thanks and gratitude to the U.S. for sustained support at every level.
Furthermore, President Rashid “underlined that expanding the horizon of cooperation between Iraq and the US is critical to deal with economic changes and addressing climate change, which Iraq is one of the most affected countries.”