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The Security Council supports the reforms Abadi and show concern about the financial crisis in Iraq

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The Security Council supports the reforms Abadi and show concern about the financial crisis in Iraq




11/12/2015

Baghdad INA / Security Council expressed support for the reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, expressing great concern due to the financial crisis experienced by Iraq.

The head of the Security Council, British Ambassador Peter Wilson after a meeting to discuss the situation in Iraq, "said the council supports efforts to reform and national reconciliation, urgent necessity and importance in the face of the organization Daash, adding that" there was a great support for the work on the stabilization and decentralization and the fight against corruption. "

Wilson pointed to the great concern of the Council on the humanitarian situation and the continuing lack of funding, in particular the Lima case of displaced persons, who now number more than three million people.

He continued that the council supports the parties in the Kurdistan Regional Government to reach agreement on the issue of the presidency, based on democratic principles, and expressed in the same time welcomed the constructive relations between Iraq and Kuwait.

Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis and presented on Wednesday, a report to the Security Council on the situation in Iraq, in accordance with Security Council resolution, and a report on Kuwaiti missing persons and the return of Kuwaiti proper

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