He stressed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al, on Thursday, the importance of establishing Principles of national reconciliation, and stressed the need to overcome the mistakes of the past and create a state of political consensus and collaboration. They said Office in a statement "the agency Sama Baghdad News" received a copy of it, "Vice outgoing Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji, visited Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi at the official office in Baghdad," noting that "During the meeting, they reviewed the most important ongoing in the arena of political developments and field developments Iraq, in particular performing of victories at the hands of the sons of the armed forces and the heroes of the popular crowd and volunteers of the sons of the tribes in the provinces of Salaheddin, Anbar, and the means necessary to sustain the battle momentum and keeping the earth manner that contributes to the liberalization and purge the rest of the regions and cities of Iraq from the grip of Daash terrorist gangs ". The statement added, "The meeting dealt with the stages of achievement in the reform packages and the need to find a state of compatibility and political collaboration of various actors components in the political arena in order to proceed with the completion of the rest of the paragraphs of the reform packages and Tedeidha form in which it is in the public interest and contributes to confront current threats and challenges especially on the economic front. " The statement continued, that "the meeting reviewed the importance of establishing the principles of national reconciliation, social and political levels and the need to overcome the mistakes of the past to ensure the non-recurrence of causes that led to their falling through rationalization permanent and continuous assessment for government action in general," adding, "addressed to government efforts under way to curtail the suffering the displaced, and the actions taken to return them to the liberated areas as ending what Ienoh difficult humanitarian conditions, in addition to the plans for reconstruction in those areas so as to ensure the sustainability of life in it. "
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