The second edition of Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership which was held on Tuesday in Jordan confirmed support to Iraq in face of terror, underlining the importance of sustaining the economic integration with the Iraqi state.Participants in Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership Jordan King Abdullah II underscored the Iraqi role in sustaining the regional cooperation, adding that the whole region is passing through a critical security situation.
The Iraqi prime minister Mohammad Al-Sudani indicated that his country wants to establish regional partnerships based on common interests, including the strategic projects.
The French President Emanuel Macron said that the conference underlines Iraq's sovereignty and the regional stability, adding that the Middle East is expected to face major challenges.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amirabdollahian expressed hope that the region will witness stability and prosperity in the light of holding such conferences.
The foreign minister said that the new Iranian government under President Ebrahim Raisi is expanding ties with Iraq’s neighbors and attaches special significance to providing support for the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani.
Iran's top diplomat noted that Iran sees its peace, stability in peace, and security in the entire region, reiterating that Iran’s stable policy in support of refraining from war and helping restore security and stability to the region has not changed.
The top Iranian diplomat further pointed to the anti-terror icons, generals Qassem Suleimani of Iran and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis of Iraq, saying that they will be remembered by nations of the region.
'I declare Iran's readiness to cooperate with all countries in the region,' Amir-Abdollahian further said.
He said he earlier today held talks with Josep Borrell, the European Union's foreign policy chief, and while thanking him for his constructive role in the Vienna talks, he had told him that Tehran is ready to conclude the talks if its red lines are respected.