The Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammed Shiaa Al-Sudani, confirmed on Wednesday that his government continues to implement economic, administrative, and service reforms. He also indicated their commitment to supporting Iraqi citizens worldwide.
The statement was made during a meeting between the Prime Minister and a group of Iraqi community members who reside in Russia. The meeting took place on the sidelines of the Prime Minister’s official visit to Moscow. He was invited by the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and has been in the capital since yesterday, Tuesday.
Al-Sudani received a comprehensive presentation on the conditions, progress, requirements, and difficulties of the Iraqi community.
During his speech to community leaders, the Iraqi Prime Minister affirmed that the government is committed to executing economic, administrative and service-related reforms. These reforms will directly benefit Iraqi citizens and meet their expectations from the government.
He emphasized the importance of Iraqi professionals contributing to the country’s development, welcoming all those who wish to aid in progress and reform.
Al-Sudani emphasized the government’s responsibility to support Iraqi citizens, facilitate administrative services, and take care of their affairs.