Kubiš: situation in Iraq need more consultations with the political parties (Details)

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Kubiš: situation in Iraq need more consultations with the political parties (Details)

Post  Admin on Sun Feb 05, 2017 5:00 am

05-02-2017 11:49 AM

UN Secretary - General of the United Nations in Iraq , Jan Kubiš, on Thursday said that "national reconciliation" that could open a new page in the modern history of Iraq , "stressing the need to support them .

He said Kubiš in his intervention at the UN Security Council, on the situation in Iraq "much further consultations with other political parties and civil society institutions in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, as the unity within the Kurdistan region can contribute to solving the major problems between Baghdad and Erbil and , in redefining the foundations of cooperation between the central and provincial authorities in the post - new Daesh, and in pushing forward a draft national reconciliation in Iraq. "

He added , "Over the past few months, I was involved in working with the Iraqi National Alliance, the largest parliamentary bloc, to discuss the way forward in Iraq after Daesh, The National Alliance has delivered his initiative for national settlement to the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq {UNAMI} in October 30, after being approved by the various institutions of the National Alliance, specifically his leadership, the political Council and the General Assembly, I welcome and support this encouraging by the National Alliance step. "

He said Kubiš, "has asked the mission to provide political good offices to help drum up support for this initiative, and the national settlement in general, through the provision of facilities, advice and support and assistance in promoting national reconciliation goals and striving to achieve them at the national, regional and international levels."

He pointed to Kubiš, said that " the National Alliance initiative is a good start in the process, has already sparked a wave of interest in all the components and groups of Iraqi society, although they have been met with reactions and discussions varying tend to criticize sometimes."

And Onoh that " the mission is currently working with these groups, including the Sunni component and component of Turkmenistan, and the Kurdistan region of Iraq, and civil society organizations, minorities and tribal leaders, and youth and women, in order to survey their opinions and their vision on how to build Iraq after Daesh uniform, on the basis of the principles of equality and citizenship. "

Kubiš urged "all Iraqi partners to participate constructively in this process of the national settlement, which reverted to Iraq and its leadership is facilitated by the United Nations, which could open a new page in the modern history of Iraq."

Kubiš Turning to the military operations and the victories achieved in Mosul, praised the security forces and the popular crowd, and the extent of discipline and professionalism Htahedtha battle to liberate the left coast.

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