Foreign minister Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jaafari received a copy of credentials of the new non-resident Ambassador of Thailand to Iraq Mr. Bornbonj Janit Tawn, both sides reviewed the bilateral relations between both countries and cooperation prospects to serve the interests of both friendly people.
His Excellencysaid that Iraq seeks to overcome the traditional frameworks in the conclusion of relations and stresses on the need to consolidate them through the exchange of common interests and face the common dangers, adding that the victories achieved by the Iraqi forces of various types, came after the insistence of the Iraqi people on the confrontation and unite the ranks of political forces and international support Received by Iraq.
Dr. Al-Jaafari said: "Da'esh Gangs are a global threat, not a local danger, and their defeat in any country is a victory for all countries of the world." He pointed out that Iraq is working to address the heavy legacy left by the war on Da'esh through the implementation of the reconstruction phase.
He called on the importance of activating the work of the Iraqi-Thai Joint Committee in the framework of enhancing relations between the two countries. He wished the ambassador success in carrying out his duties and strengthening relations and the readiness of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to provide everything that would facilitate the work of the diplomatic mission.
From his side, Thailand's new ambassador to Iraq congratulated the minister for the victories achieved by our security forces in its war against the Da'esh terroristic gangs, stressing on his country's readiness to cooperate with Iraq and cooperate to confront a terrorist.