Foreign ministers of Iraqi neighboring countries agreed on the immediate exit of occupiers from this country
Foreign ministers of Iraqi neighboring countries agreed on the immediate exit of occupiers from this country.
Participants asked the UN to prepare the exit of these forces from Iraq.
Each of the foreign ministers expressed his own concerns about Iraq.
Marvan Al-Ma'shar, Jordanian foreign minister, asked Arab countries to adopt a unified stance toward Iraq and help it in ending the occupation.
On the other hand, Iraqi foreign minister said that this meeting is a very good chance for Iraq to hear the concerns of neighbors and determine its policies.
Zaberi added that Iraq's neighbors should understand Iraq's situation and cooperate in its security by controlling the borders.
Lack of security and presence of terrorists were the main issues in the meeting.
All the participants asked for the immediate expulsion of terrorist organization of Mojahedin-e Khalq from Iraq.
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