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Foreign relations of Iraq: Quiz

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Question 1: Since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in 2003, Hoshyar Zebari was first appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Iraqi Governing Council in ________ on 3 September 2003.
BaghdadJakartaTehranBeijing

Question 2: Greece has an Embassy in Baghdad, and Iraq is represented by her Embassy in ________.
HelsinkiAthensParisStockholm

Question 3: He also developed a sane relation with the United States, who supported him during the ________.
Saddam HusseinIran–Iraq WarGulf WarPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–present

Question 4: Between August 2003 and March 2005, Hungary had contributed to more than 300 soldiers to the ________.
Civil war in IraqMultinational Division Central-SouthIraq WarMulti-National Force – Iraq

Question 5: Sudanese-Iraqi relations were and still are very close, Sudan supported Iraq during the ________, and following the war, Baghdad established Khartoum as a major center for Iraqi intelligence.
2006 Lebanon WarGulf WarYom Kippur WarSix-Day War

Question 6: On 3 May 2005 he was sworn in as Minister of Foreign Affairs by the Iraqi Transitional Government, under Prime Minister ________.
Ibrahim al-JaafariNouri al-MalikiAyad AllawiSaddam Hussein

Question 7: In 1978, Baghdad hosted an ________ summit that condemned and ostracized Egypt for accepting the Camp David accords.
Arab LeagueUnited Arab RepublicArab–Israeli conflictArab Union

Question 8: Denmark has an embassy in ________ and a trade office in Basra, Iraq has an embassy in Copenhagen.
JakartaTehranBeijingBaghdad

Question 9: Throughout history, Iraq's relations with ________ have been relatively close, both politically and culturally.
MoroccoLebanonSyriaEgypt

Question 10: The thirteen year sanction against Iraq prevented much trade between Havana and ________ .
JakartaBaghdadTehranBeijing







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