05-05-2015 10:35 AM
The SBSTA invited the leadership of the National Alliance, on Tuesday, to pass important laws, including the National Guard, stressing the importance of supporting displaced people back to their homes, while warning of attempts to undermine the unity of Iraq, especially the u.s. Congress that conflicts with the best interests of the Iraqi people.
Jaafari's Office said in a statement that his disciple ' governing body for National Alliance held a meeting in the Office of the President of the coalition and Foreign Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari in the presence of Prime Minister Haider Abadi ', stating that ' the meeting listened to a detailed report by the Prime Minister about the war against gangs terrorist ' daash.
He added that ' the meeting praised the coordination on the ground between the various formations under the command of the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces ', indicating that they pull on a Iraqi national coalition and support the Government of broad partnership '.
He continued, ' the meeting they called me in passing important laws, including the National Guard and emphasize the importance of dedication to an old possible support to displaced people and alleviating their suffering and work hard to bring them back to their regions '.
The National Guard law, who arrived in the House is off a politically under the dome of the Parliament, as opposed to some blocks being, as seen, contains passages lead to ' destabilize ' the meat, while the other blocks and is one of the important elements of the political agreement which paved the way for the formation of the current Government.
The meeting emphasized, according to the statement, the joint responsibility of all components of the Iraqi people in clearing the country of gangs daash ', arguing that ' the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Iraq, and the need to guard against all attempts to prejudice, in particular the draft resolution in the us Congress, which is contrary to the best interests of the Iraqi people '.
The armed services Committee in the u.s. House of representatives passed a Bill put forward by its Member Mac Thornberry imposes conditions on us military aid to Iraq worth $ 715 million from the defense budget in 2016.
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