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05-02-2015, 02:13 AM
AY 1ST, 2015

Merkel extend an invitation to Ebadi to attend the meeting of the seven major countries

Baghdad - directed German Chancellor Angela Merkel, on Friday, an invitation to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to attend the meeting of the seven major countries, which will be held in Germany, while the Abadi stressed move the Iraqi government liberalization of the Iraqi territory.

Ebadi said Office in a statement received "New Morning" "The Prime Minister received today (yesterday), a phone call from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, during which they discuss the political and security situation in Iraq and the region and the challenges they faced and the war on organizing Daash terrorist," noting that "Merkel invited to Ebadi to attend the Meeting of States of Seven which will be held in Germany.

The statement quoted Merkel as saying, "The invitation represents support the seven countries of Iraq in the face of terrorism and the preservation of its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

For his part, al-Abadi stressed that "the economic and difficult situation is a challenge for Iraq, but we are seeking through Some of the reforms and strategies to face them and overcome them.

He pointed Abadi, that "the government will back the liberalization of Iraqi territory from Conception Daash terrorist and we have understandings with the Kurdistan region for the Liberation of Mosul," and expressed the thanks of Iraq to Germany "for its help and waiting for more support in its war against terrorism.

It is noteworthy that the seven nations meeting is a meeting of finance ministers from the Group of Seven major industrialized nations, it was formed in 1976, when Canada joined the group of six countries, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.