CAIRO, Sept 13 (KUNA) -- The foreign ministers of Iraq's neighboring
countries are set to hold a meeting in Sharm El-Sheikh, presided by Egyptian
Interior Minister Habib Al-Adli, a Foreign Ministry official announced on
Assistant to the Egyptian Foreign Minister for Arab Affairs Ambassador
Abdelrahman Salahiddeen in a press release said the states to take part are
Kuwait, Jordan, Iran, Turkey, Syria, Bahrain, and the host state, along side
representation from the Arab League.
The official said the summiteers would review measures taken by each and
all to help protect Iraq's security and stability and the measures and
cooperation needed still in this regard.
The ministers involved are expected to express support of Iraq in its
current battle against terrorism and stress condemnation of violence and
stress the state's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The meeting is of special importance as it follows recent bombings
targeting several Iraqi state institutions.
The last meeting of Iraq's neighbors was hosted in Amman, Jordan, October
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