The leader of Iraq's National Wisdom Movement, in a meeting with Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje'i, the head of Iran's judiciary, stated that official meetings between Iranian and Iraqi officials demonstrate the deep social and religious ties between the two nations.

Iran Press/ West Asia: The leader of Iraq's National Wisdom Movement, Seyed Ammar Hakim emphasized that the largest social movement in Iraq played a crucial role in overthrowing the dictatorial regime and continues to play a significant role in governance and decision-making, attributing this success to the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and martyrs.

Reflecting on the challenges Iraq has faced over the past two decades, Hakim acknowledged that with the assistance of its citizens and allies, particularly the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq has managed to overcome social, political, and security obstacles. He also highlighted the Coordination Framework's contributions to resolving various issues and crises.

During the meeting, Hakim underscored Grand Ayatollah Sistani's pivotal role in maintaining stability in Iraq. He praised the efforts of Popular Mobilization Forces (Hashd al-Sha'bi) and security forces for safeguarding Iraq and enhancing its stability.

Addressing the Palestinian issue, Hakim condemned countries supporting Israel's attacks on Palestinians and emphasized Iraq's stance on defending Palestine as crucial. Regarding the presence of anti-ISIS international coalition forces in Iraq, he noted that their mission was no longer necessary following ISIS's withdrawal from the country. Hakim stressed that Iraq no longer wishes to be under a foreign mandate and urged negotiations for ending the coalition's mission within a specified timeframe.

Hakim also highlighted development projects overseen by Mohammed Shia' Al Sudani's government with support from The Coordination Framework.

He noted that these projects have improved people's satisfaction levels and contributed to positive outcomes such as The Coordination Framework representatives' success in provincial council elections. 219

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