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Iraq rejects any unilateral action violating sovereignty of other countries: PM


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Baghdad: Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ al-Sudani said Monday that Iraq rejects any unilateral action by any country that does not respect the sovereignty of other countries.

Al-Sudani made the remarks when meeting with visiting Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Akbar Ahmadian, according to a statement issued by al-Sudani’s media office.

The prime minister stressed that the Iraqi government is keen to establish good relations with other countries but, at the same time, “does not show courtesy at the expense of Iraq’s sovereignty and security,” the statement said.

He added that Iraq has made significant efforts “to maintain stability and achieve calm in the common interest of various peoples of the region.”

For his part, Ahmadian stressed his country’s commitment to Iraq’s security and stability and its keenness to continue working with Iraq under the joint security agreement, according to the statement.

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