On Friday, April 19 at 2:30 p.m. ET, the Atlantic Council is hosting an #ACFrontPage conversation featuring Mohammed Shia’ Al-Sudani, prime minister of Iraq, where he will outline progress made on the US-Iraq relationship.   

Al-Sudani will join the Atlantic Council to round out his week-long visit to Washington, DC, which will include a meeting with US President Joe Biden to discuss a number of issues, including enhancing the bilateral relationship between Baghdad and Washington, Iraqi financial sector reforms, and initiatives aimed at fostering economic development.   

This edition of #ACFrontPage, hosted by the Atlantic Council’s Iraq Initiative, will take place in person at the Atlantic Council Studios in Washington, DC. In-person attendance is limited and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis through registration. The event will also be livestreamed on Atlantic Council TV, YouTube, Facebook, and X (formerly Twitter). To join us in our studios or virtually, please complete the registration form.

An #ACFrontPage Event

Atlantic Council Front Page is our premier live ideas platform for global leaders to discuss the defining challenges of our time. #ACFrontPage is a high-level event series featuring top newsmakers across multiple digital platforms. Harnessing the convening power and expertise of the Council’s sixteen programs and centers, #ACFrontPage leverages the Council’s capabilities in social media, press, and digital outreach to spotlight the world’s most prominent leaders and the most compelling ideas across sectors and engage new audiences eager for nonpartisan and constructive solutions to current global challenges. This widely promoted program features the Council’s most important guests and content serving as the highlight of our programming.


H.E. Mohammed Shia’ Al-Sudani
Prime Minister of Iraq

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