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The parliaments of Serbia and Iraq have signed a Memorandum of Understanding during the official visit of the Iraqi parliament’s president, Mohamed El Halbousi, to Belgrade.

In a preceding meeting, both parties concurred that the Memorandum would elevate inter-parliamentary collaboration, further strengthening the foundation for the ongoing development and enhancement of bilateral relations.

Vadimir Orlić, President of the National Assembly of Serbia, highlighted that El Halbousi’s visit coincides with the 65th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral relations between Serbia and Iraq. He emphasised its historical significance, marking it as the first visit at the highest parliamentary level in the past 24 years.

Both parliamentary leaders jointly expressed commitment to the principles of international public law. El Halbousi underscored Iraq’s unwavering support for Serbia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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Both nations are keen on continuing mutual beneficial collaboration. President El Halbousi emphasised that the size and composition of his delegation indicate Iraq’s readiness to work closely with friendly Serbia. He expressed confidence that Serbia would share its vast experience in areas vital for Iraq’s further development and progress.

Special attention was given to opportunities for strengthening partnerships in sectors like economy, energy, health, agriculture, education, and specific areas of infrastructure where Iraq has shown significant advancements, as noted in the statement.

Photo: parlament.gov.rs

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