Iraq's neighboring countries condemn ''terrorist'' attacks
The Foreign Ministers of Iraq's neighboring countries condemned on Sunday the "terrorist" groups in Iraq, which are using Iraqi territories to undermine the security of Iraq's neighbors.
In their meeting in Damascus, the foreign ministers have condemned in their statement the "terrorist" attacks targeting civilians, the humanitarian and religious institutions, as well as the
international organizations working in Iraq.
The foreign ministers of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Egypt and Syria also decided during their 4th consultative meeting to support the efforts of the Iraqi Governing Council (IGC) until an Iraqi government is elected.
Earlier, the foreign ministers decided to invite Iraq to participate in their two day meetings in Damascus.
An invitation has been extended to Iraq through a phone call with Iraq’s Foreign Minister to attend the meeting, the statement said. (Albawaba.com)
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