Akar Visits Baghdad, Says Lebanon, Iraq to Ink Military Treaties


Caretaker Deputy PM and Defense Minister Zeina Akar met Tuesday in Baghdad with Iraqi Defense Minister Juma Inad Saadoun and said military and intelligence cooperation treaties will soon be signed between the two nations.

Talks also tackled the aid offered by Iraq to Lebanon in the wake of the catastrophic Beirut port explosion and the outcome of a visit by an Iraqi economic delegation to Lebanon.

Akar meanwhile hailed Iraq’s support for Lebanon, stressing keenness on “bolstering the common ties and preserving them during the formation of a new government” in Lebanon.

The Iraqi minister for his part vowed that his country will continue to support Lebanon in all fields, especially in the military and oil sectors.

Comments 4
Thumb doodle-dude 17 November 2020, 18:53

lol @ 'Akar Visits Baghdad'

Thumb justin 17 November 2020, 18:54

From all the countries in the world, she chose Iraq: one of the most corrupt and inefficient countries in the world.

Thumb barrymore 17 November 2020, 19:10

No civilized country would receive her or her likes.

Thumb ansarullah 17 November 2020, 19:06

God bless shia appointed Aouni Caretaker Deputy PM and Defense Minister Zeina Akar for visiting Iraq and forging and inking military treaties with the formidable Iraqi army and the shia militias.

Our Sayid and Marja' wanted us to go East and it is happening thanks to our brilliant and courageous female battle hardened caretaker defense minister.

Shea Shia Shea !!!