Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the need to listen to the voice of Iraq in solving the Syrian crisis, as pointed out that the final decision in determining who governs Syria and the form of the system must be, however, the Syrian people alone.
Jaafari said in a statement issued on the sidelines of the meeting in the Austrian capital Vienna meeting to discuss the situation in Syria, and received / scales News /, a copy of which, "The aim of the meeting is to create a framework ensures comprehensive ceasefire is conditional on approval by all parties to the conflict, followed by allow the entry of humanitarian assistance to all Syrians, and to begin a political process through representatives of the Syrian government and the opposition meeting. "
He added that he "will be agreed to voluntary return, and safe for the displaced Syrians into the country, and allow them to participate in free elections to be held under United Nations auspices."
Jaafari stressed the importance of "stop the bloodshed in Syria, which lasted for more than four years," warning at the same time that "there may be a link between terror groups in Syria and in neighboring countries."
Jaafari pointed to "the need to listen to the voice of Iraq because it stung by the fire of terrorism because of its extensions," noting that "the point of view of Iraq over the Syrian crisis is that the solution and the final decision in determining who governs Syria and the form of the system must be, however, the Syrian people alone" .anthy / 29 / D 24
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