United Nations: For the first time we see the Iraqi government in accordance with a tangible change and reform

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United Nations: For the first time we see the Iraqi government in accordance with a tangible change and reform

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Editor Ali Jassim - Tuesday November 18, 2014 14:35

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The United Nations has made ​​in Iraq , on Tuesday, optimism achieving significant shifts in Iraq and continuity in the political process, and confirmed that it sees for the first time the Iraqi government in accordance with a tangible change and reform.

The Deputy Prime Minister said Bahaa al-Araji said in a statement issued after his meeting, in his office in Baghdad, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, George W. Posten, and Tqlt "Alsumaria News", "We hope a lot of the United Nations and we will work together to provide the service to the Iraqi people. "

Araji said that "the United Nations a significant role in supporting the democratic experiment in Iraq and that all the papers submitted by them are real papers it is not the organization's interest is the stability of Iraq," adding, "We in the government and put a time limit to achieve a number of outstanding issues."

For his part, said Posten that "the international community and the United Nations stands ready to provide assistance to Iraq and we have a great tradition in providing tips," noting that "done is important for us is the continuation of Iraq in the political process and we are optimistic that there will be significant shifts in it."

He Posten that "national reconciliation is the foundation for building a strong state and organize Daash terrorist is a real danger to the entire Iraq and see that there is the possibility of the existence of a broad and meaningful dialogue between the political parties ", stressing that" for the first time we see that the Iraqi government concrete action and I am confident of your role in the change The reform, although the people who passed in all these bitter experiences deserve a better future. "

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon welcomed on Friday (November 14, 2014), the agreement reached by the governments of Baghdad and Erbil to resolve problems relating to the budget and oil exports in Iraq, while the federal and regional authorities urged to build on this, "the first and important" step to resolve all issues the remaining outstanding.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon welcomed, in (9 September 2014), declaring the formation of a new inclusive government in Iraq and expressed his congratulations to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on winning a confidence.



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