Oil and Environment Minister Welcomes Iraqi Chargé d’Affairs for Bilateral Discussions
Manama, October 24, 2023 : In a diplomatic exchange aimed at strengthening regional relations, Mohamed bin Mubarak Bin Daina, the Minister of Oil and Environment and Special Envoy for Climate Affairs, recently hosted Abdul Salam Saddam Muheisen, the Chargé d’Affairs of the Iraqi Embassy in Manama.
The meeting provided an opportune moment for the two envoys to delve into various aspects of their countries’ bilateral relations. The discussions were marked by a cordial atmosphere and a shared commitment to enhancing cooperation between their respective nations.
The talks encompassed a broad spectrum of mutual interests, spanning economic collaboration, environmental issues, and cultural ties. Both parties expressed their dedication to finding common ground and working together to further strengthen the bonds that connect Bahrain and Iraq.
Minister Bin Daina, known for his significant role in environmental and climate matters, took the opportunity to explore avenues of cooperation in the realm of environmental sustainability and climate change. He emphasized the importance of global efforts to combat climate change and discussed potential areas of collaboration between Bahrain and Iraq in this regard.
Chargé d’Affairs Muheisen, representing the Iraqi Embassy, praised the historical ties that have linked the two nations and highlighted the significance of continued dialogue and cooperation. He expressed optimism about the prospects for enhanced collaboration and the potential benefits it could bring to both countries.
This meeting is a testament to the commitment of Bahrain and Iraq to foster stronger relations and work together to address issues of mutual concern. It serves as a reminder of the importance of diplomacy and dialogue in strengthening ties and building a more stable and prosperous region.