New Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari &United Nations Ban Ki-moon
New Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari , Wednesday, seeks Iraq based on the establishment of bilateral cooperation and non-interference in the internal affairs of States relations, and with the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon praised the Iraqi diplomacy, called for the adoption of dialogue in resolving the region's problems.
He said al-Jaafari's office said in a statement received Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "the Iraqi foreign minister met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, on the sidelines of Iraq's participation in the Alliance of Civilizations and counter-terrorism meeting in the headquarters of the United Nations General Assembly in New York."
He added that "During the meeting, emphasizing the deep relationship between Iraq and the United Nations, and to support the organization of the government, and the Iraqi people in its war against Daash guerrilla terrorist," noting that "the two sides discussed a number of international and regional issues, including the crisis in Syria, and Yemen, and attitudes converged between Iraq International Organization ".
Said al-Jaafari, according to the statement, that "Iraq is looking forward to the United Nations as an essential and effective factor in the resolution of disputes, and resolving problems between countries, "explaining that" Iraq is able to form an inclusive government that includes all parties to the political process, and it is facing danger of organized Daash, which is threatening the region and the whole world. "
He Jaafari, that "Iraq is seeking to establish based on bilateral cooperation, and non-interference in the internal affairs of States, as well as his commitment to support the efforts of Representative of the Secretary General of the Syrian crisis, Staffan de Mistura," adding that "a political solution is the only option."
For his part, praised Ki-moon, according to the statement, "the Iraqi diplomatic performance," asserting that "The United Nations calls for a dialogue to resolve the problems."
The Ki-moon expressed "admiration for the political developments in Iraq, and the victories achieved by the Iraqi forces in the fight against Daash guerrilla terrorist," pointing out that "the continuation of the Syrian crisis five years without a solution was the main factor for the existence Daash, and entry in both Syria and Iraq."
Iraq seeks to strengthen its relations with the regional and international environment, especially a running uphill battle against al "Daash", as Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in more than one occasion, Iraq is keen to build good-neighborly relations with the surrounding countries, and stressed the need for those countries offering all humanitarian and military support for Iraq types
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