Sayyid Ammar Al Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, stressed the need to complete the nomination of the candidates for the three leaderships in the country so that a prime minister can be appointed to take in charge the management of the country’s affairs in this vital and delicate stage of Iraqi history.
This came when his eminence was receiving the ambassador of the Turkish Republic to Iraq his Excellency Faruk Kaymakci in his office in Baghdad on Thursday, July 3, 2014.
The two sides discussed the relations between the two countries and the ways to strengthen them as well as issues related to security, regional and political developments in general.
For his part, the Turkish ambassador assured his country’s eagerness to develop and strengthen relations with Iraq as well as its care for the unity and stability of Iraq in particular, and of the region in general.