Iraqi President Barham Salih, Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El Sisi and King of Jordan Abdullah held a tripartite summit on Sunday, on the sidelines of the current United Nations General Assembly meetings in New York.
The three leaders mulled the tripartite cooperation that was launched on March 24, by evaluating the regional meetings during the past six months. The three leaders discussed means to boost strategic, economic and political cooperation between their nations.
They prioritized the cooperation in investment, trade, housing and infrastructure projects.
The meeting has also discussed the latest challenges in the region and means to face them.
The meeting urged all the regional powers to take advantage of the latest defeat suffered by the terrorist groups in the region by facing the states and entities that fund and support terrorists in the region.
The leaders expressed their full support for the Iraqi efforts to rebuild the state and help the displaced citizens from the lands that were once captured by the defeated terrorist group of ISIS.
The Baghdad Post