Parliamentary comment on Sudanese’s speech at the UN meeting: “It was not at the required level.”

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Parliamentary comment on Sudanese’s speech at the UN meeting: “It was not at the required level.”

Hussein Al-Sabari, a member of the House of Representatives, stated that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s speech during the annual United Nations meetings did not meet the expectations in terms of addressing the issues. Al-Sabari added that the Prime Minister used diplomacy and courteous language while discussing the escalating problems and issues that are being faced by Iraq.

In an interview, Al-Sabari mentioned that Al-Sudani did not provide the exact details that were supposed to be discussed during the United Nations meetings. He emphasized the importance of presenting the issues that the Iraqi people are facing before the international community.

During a conversation, he explained, “One of the reasons for not mentioning the other part of the unresolved issues is the increasing number of crises in various areas.” He also stated that “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s speech did not sufficiently address all the outstanding issues.”

Al-Sabari confirms that Al-Sudani used diplomacy and courtesy to address issues and problems in Iraq during the past period, in his speech at the United Nations meetings.

The annual meetings of the United Nations, chaired by Al-Sudani, have come to a close after a series of meetings with participating country leaders. In his speech, he addressed several important topics, including the completion of development road construction and the fight against corruption. He also called for international support in these matters.