Turkmen demanding the United Nations to deal impartially with the components of Iraq
Long-Presse / Kirkuk
Deputy Turkmen from Kirkuk, on Sunday, that the United Nations has contributed to alleviate the severity of the political crisis and the convergence of views between the parties in the new Iraq, while calling its Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), to develop offices and increase their activities to reach the largest possible number of segments of society , he demanded the need to "neutral" to deal with the components of Iraq and continue to support and listen to.
Hassan said Tauran, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The United Nations was founded shares in finding a suitable platform for dialogue and sharing and the meeting between the various countries of the world and its peoples," adding that "the humanitarian, educational, cultural and relief organizations that operate under the banner of the United Nations has been and continues to play a prominent role in the delivery of services and provide relief to communities suffering from disasters, wars and the spread of weapons and manifestations of violence. "
He said Turan, that "the United Nations has also played a prominent role in the defense of human rights, women and child file, and indigenous languages and peoples, through the issuance of a wide range of international treaties and agreements, which called for respect for human rights and to promote the role of women and children in the communities."
He made clear the Turkmen, that "The United Nations also contributed to mitigate the severity of the political crisis and the convergence of views between the parties in the new Iraq," calling its Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), to "develop its offices and increase their activities to reach the largest possible number of segments of society."
He urged Tauran, the United Nations to "increase their support for displaced Iraqis, especially in Kirkuk, they receive more than half a million of them," and urged it of the need to "maintain the deal impartially with all the components of Iraq and continue to support and listen to it and take its vision into consideration."
The United Nations is celebrating these days the anniversary of its founding seventy, as established in, (24 October 1945), in the city of San Francisco, California, US, depending on the Dumbarton Oaks Conference, which was held in Washington, DC.
The United Nations Special Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), a political mission was established under Security Council resolution by the United Nations in 1500 to 2003, at the request of the Government of Iraq, has the mission carried out its tasks since then has expanded its large estimated in 2007 under resolution 1770, The mandate of the mission to provide advice and assistance to the Government of Iraq and its people within several areas, including payment of a comprehensive political dialogue and national reconciliation and to assist in the electoral process and in the planning of the national census and to facilitate regional dialogue between Iraq and its neighbors and promote the protection of human rights and judicial and legal reform.
Mission's mandate also includes also, working with government partners, civil society and for the coordination of humanitarian and development efforts of United Nations agencies, funds and programs under the leadership of the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for development and humanitarian support, who also works as a Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq. While the mission itself does not implement or provide humanitarian and development programs, they are aware of the critical importance of supporting the Partnership and Technical Cooperation between the Government of Iraq and United Nations agencies, funds and programs operating in the country first.
Reliable and Turkmen on the role of the United Nations in its publications and reports on what they are exposed to "target" and the occupation of their areas, as well as the importance of their role on the issue of Kirkuk, "disputed" and its future.
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