BAGHDAD - morning,
House Speaker Dr. Salim al-Jubouri said that the stability of Iraq and an end to terrorist organizations file will contribute to the stability of the entire region.
The statement said the media to his office received "morning," a copy of it, that D.alajabura discussed with Vice President Osama Najafi, the latest developments on the scene political as well as the conduct of military operations taking place in a number of provinces to release it from Daash as well as ways of coordination between the House and the Presidency of the Republic, thus supporting the political process.
In addition, accept D.alajabura with the Turkish ambassador to Iraq Farouk Qaamakja developments in security and political situation in region, and ways of cooperation between the two countries in terms of the fight against terrorism.
He stressed during the meeting, that "the stability of Iraq and an end to terrorist organizations file will contribute to the stability of the entire region," pointing to "the great role that embodied neighboring Turkey in support of displaced persons."
For his part, expressed Qaamakja "his country's keenness to support Iraq in response to attack terrorist fierce exposed," noting that "the two countries linked by ties of solid and common interests that will enhance mutual cooperation."
This research Speaker of Parliament with a delegation of the Diyala provincial council ways to facilitate the return of IDPs to areas liberated and re services to those areas.
and reviewed with the latest developments taking place in the province on the political and security levels of the delegation, in addition to the displaced file and the need to create kits Return to displaced families to the liberated areas and begin the reconstruction of these areas and provide the necessary where the services, calling for a "unity of effort within the Council and coordination with conservative management for the advancement of the province and provide better services to citizens in all fields. "
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