Ms. Alina L. Romanowsk, the newly appointed ambassador for the United States in Iraq, presented her credentials to Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein. MOFA reported that Fuad Hussein and Alina Romanowsk talked about ways to enhance bilateral relations between the two countries. They also discussed the importance of enhancing cooperation opportunities at various levels.
According to MOFA, the two sides discussed the most significant climatic challenges the region faces, including dust, drought, desertification, and the decline of biodiversity, as well as ways to reduce the effects of climate change and provide a healthy environment for humanity. Minister Hussein mentioned the latest developments in Iraq, including the security situation. He noted that security was improving in Iraq in comparison to the past and the government is doing everything possible to return the remaining IDPs.