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     Thursday 30 March 2017 - 10:00 p

     UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and his delegation arrived here Thursday morning.

     "The visit of Guterres will be based on the deteriorating humanitarian situation on the ground and the protection of civilians must be an absolute priority in the ongoing battles against a sympathetic organization in the city of Mosul," UNAMI said in a statement.




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UN: Ready to end the effects of resolutions that included Iraq because of the former regime

Thursday 30 March 2017 - 01:31 PM

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres, who arrived in Baghdad on Thursday ready to adopt resolutions supporting Iraq at the United Nations and the end of the effects of some resolutions included Iraq because of the former regime while Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari called for support for Iraq's candidate for the seat of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia "ASCO".

"The Foreign Minister received Guterres and his accompanying delegation in Baghdad. The meeting reviewed the humanitarian, security and political situation, the efforts of the Iraqis and their victories against the terrorist gangs and stressed the importance of increasing the volume of assistance to Iraq," the statement said.

He added that "the Iraqi cities need to reconstruct the infrastructure and provide the necessary supplies for the return of displaced areas of their housing and this is a major responsibility rests with all countries of the world, which defended Iraq on their behalf against the terrorists calling," noting that "Iraq needs a plan similar to the Marshall Plan, World War II to provide assistance to Iraqis and support development and overcome the effects of war against terrorist gangs. "

"He called on Iraq to support the Iraqi candidate for the seat of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) and to represent Iraq in more international organizations, .

For his part, the Secretary-General of the United Nations that "his visit to Iraq is historic and comes to solidarity with the Iraqi people in its war against terrorism," noting that "the liberation of Mosul and defeat will contribute to support the unity of Iraq and work on the development of its institutions in the next phase."

"We are working and helping the Iraqi government to build the institutions and provide the required services to the Iraqis," he said, expressing his readiness to support Iraq and adopt resolutions supporting him in the United Nations and ending the effects of some of the resolutions covered by Iraq because of the former regime and cooperation and support Iraq's proposal to criminalize terrorist thought and work to prevent its spread. "He said.

"The United Nations will continue to serve Iraq at a stage after the elimination of terrorist gangs and reconstruction and provide assistance in various fields for displaced families and contribute to the stability and prosperity of Iraq," he said, adding that he supports "Iraq's leadership positions in the United Nations organizations, And that it will triumph over the challenges. "

It is noteworthy that the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres arrived, Thursday morning to the capital Baghdad to meet with a number of officials and discussed several files.

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Marshall Plan

The Marshall Plan (officially the European Recovery Program, ERP) was an American initiative to aid Western Europe, in which the United States gave over $12 billion[1] (approximately $120 billion in current dollar value as of June 2016) in economic support to help rebuild Western European economies after the end of World War II. The plan was in operation for four years beginning April 8, 1948. The goals of the United States were to rebuild war-devastated regions, remove trade barriers, modernize industry, make Europe prosperous once more, and prevent the spread of communism.[2] The Marshall Plan required a lessening of interstate barriers, a dropping of many regulations, and encouraged an increase in productivity, labour union membership, as well as the adoption of modern business procedures.[3]

The Marshall Plan aid was divided amongst the participant states roughly on a per capita basis. A larger amount was given to the major industrial powers, as the prevailing opinion was that their resuscitation was essential for general European revival. Somewhat more aid per capita was also directed towards the Allied nations, with less for those that had been part of the Axis or remained neutral. The largest recipient of Marshall Plan money was the United Kingdom (receiving about 26% of the total), followed by France (18%) and West Germany (11%). Some 18 European countries received Plan benefits.[4] Although offered participation, the Soviet Union refused Plan benefits, and also blocked benefits to Eastern Bloc countries, such as East Germany and Poland. The United States provided similar aid programs in Asia, but they were not called "Marshall Plan".

The initiative is named after Secretary of State George Marshall, who also served as the United States Army Chief of staff during WWII. The plan had bipartisan support in Washington, where the Republicans controlled Congress and the Democrats controlled the White House with Harry S. Truman as president. The Plan was largely the creation of State Department officials, especially William L. Clayton and George F. Kennan, with help from the Brookings Institution, as requested by Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.[5] Marshall spoke of an urgent need to help the European recovery in his address at Harvard University in June 1947.[2] The purpose of the Marshall Plan was to aid in the economic recovery of nations after WWII as well as to antagonize the Soviet Union. In order to combat the effects of the Marshall Plan, the USSR developed its own economic plan, known as the Molotov Plan. It was not as effective as the Marshall Plan, and in some ways contradictory to eastern block countries that served alongside the axis powers in WWII.[6]

The phrase "equivalent of the Marshall Plan" is often used to describe a proposed large-scale economic rescue program.[7]


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Thursday, March 30
The United Nations is ready to "end the effects" of resolutions that included Iraq because of the former regime


Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari on Thursday called for supporting Iraq's candidate for the seat of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), while UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed his readiness to adopt resolutions supporting Iraq at the United Nations and "ending the effects" Iraq because of the former regime.

"Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari received UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and his accompanying delegation in Baghdad. The meeting reviewed the overall humanitarian, security, political, and efforts of the Iraqis and their victories against terrorist gangs and the confirmation," a statement from Jaafari's office said. The importance of increasing the volume of aid to Iraq. "

"The Iraqi cities need to rebuild the infrastructure and provide the necessary supplies for the return of displaced people to their areas of residence and this is a major responsibility rests with all countries of the world, which defended Iraq on their behalf against the terrorists calling," noting that "Iraq needs a plan similar to the Marshall Plan Which contributed to building Germany after World War II to provide assistance to Iraqis and support development and overcome the effects of war against terrorist gangs. "



"He called on Iraq to support the Iraqi candidate for the seat of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) and to represent Iraq in more international organizations, .

For his part, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that "his visit to Iraq is historic and comes in solidarity with the Iraqi people in its war against terrorism," adding that "the liberation of Mosul and defeat will contribute to support the unity of Iraq and work on the development of its institutions in the next phase."



"We are working and helping the Iraqi government to build institutions and provide the required services to the Iraqis," he said, expressing his readiness to support Iraq and adopt resolutions supporting it in the United Nations and ending the effects of some of the resolutions that included Iraq because of the former regime and cooperation and support Iraq's proposal to criminalize terrorist thinking and to prevent Spread ".

"The United Nations will continue to serve Iraq at a stage after the elimination of terrorist gangs and reconstruction and provide assistance in various fields for displaced families and contribute to the stability and prosperity of Iraq," he said, adding that he supports "Iraq's leadership positions in the United Nations organizations, And that it will triumph over the challenges. "

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Baghdad on Thursday for the first time since he took office, replacing Ban Ki-moon.

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Re: ************ Secretary-General of the United Nations arrives in Baghdad

Post  Admin on Thu Mar 30, 2017 8:59 am

Jubouri Guterich: The opportunity for a historic settlement has come to a post-hasty stage

Editorial date: 2017/3/30 12:28

DAMASCUS, (SANA) - Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri discussed in his private office with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich, who arrived in Baghdad on Thursday morning, the role of the United Nations in the relief of the displaced and the historic settlement.

A statement issued by his office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it, al-Jubouri confirmed during the meeting that Guterich's visit "comes in an important and sensitive and historical, where facing the most brutal human and the most dangerous war in the face of extremist groups bloody and terrorist, which seeks to end the manifestations of life "He said.

He expressed the hope that "the United Nations represented by the Secretary-General of the United Nations seek to double the support of the humanitarian effort to accommodate the aggravation of problems that have begun to appear recently because of the weakness of capabilities."

Al-Jubouri also thanked "all the friends who have stood with us in this battle to face this situation we are going through, especially the effort of the international coalition and friendly countries through logistical support, training and arming."

"The President of the Parliament of the Secretary-General of the United Nations," his reservation and rejection of any outside interference or military presence of any country on our land without coordination with the Iraqi government and we believe that this affects the sovereignty of Iraq, "stressing that" Iraq is pushing for neutrality and stay away from ditching, Our problems nationally through dialogue and understanding and not affected by the problems and intersections that go beyond the border. "

He stressed that "the opportunity for a historic settlement and national interests has come and that it is necessary that all Iraqis sit on the table round to discuss the post-urgent." He stressed that "all types of weapons and groups that try to substitute for the state and sovereignty and threaten the security and stability of citizens." is over

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Abadi: We have reached the final stage in the battle of Mosul and the moving of the propaganda machines



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Shafak News / Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi today discussed with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres the work of the United Nations and the war on urging and assisting the displaced.



"We are in the final stage of liberating Mosul and our forces are exerting their utmost efforts to protect the civilians," Abadi said. "We are targeting the civilian population and taking them as human shields while intensifying their propaganda propaganda to spread rumors."

He called on the United Nations and the UN Security Council to issue a resolution to prosecute the crimes against civilians, praising the UN Secretary-General's call in this regard, and called on the international community to support Iraq to restore the stability of liberated cities, also called for the removal of Iraq from Chapter VII to end the file of occupation Kuwait and the decisions imposed on the Iraqi people because of the policies of the Saddam regime.



For his part, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that he is "in solidarity with Iraq" to liberate your country and achieve stability and reconciliation, and that our visit to Iraq is a solidarity visit at a historic moment and we hope to liberate Mosul and return to normalcy soon. He expressed his satisfaction and appreciation for the efforts to protect civilians and the international community's appreciation for the sacrifices of Iraqis , Stressing the need for the direction of the international community to support relief efforts, humanitarian and Iraqi institutions.

He pointed to the need to hold accountable elements to advocate the heinous crimes committed against civilians.

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