Arbil, March 12 / March (Rn) - The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Monday, the need to intensify efforts to find peaceful solutions to the crises facing the region, he expressed his rejection of the use of force as a way to resolve the crisis in Syria.
According to a statement posted on the official site of the Prime Minister, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki received this evening a phone call from Vice President of the United States, Mr. Joe Biden was the handling various affairs of the region."
According to the statement, "al-Maliki renewed the call to intensify efforts to find peaceful solutions to problems and crises faced by many countries of the region."
On the situation in Syria, "said Prime Minister of his opposition to violence and the use of force as a way to resolve the crisis, and reiterated in this context, his rejection of attempts to bring weapons to Syria of any party was" the statement said.
Maliki said through communication that "the tightening of procedures and the development of the common border under close surveillance but is in line with the policy of Iraq's efforts to dry the violence and bloodshed of the Syrians. And boot to find a peaceful solution."
For his part, Vice President Joe Biden, "the attitude of his country's rejection of the weaponization of all parties in Syria, and expressed the readiness of the United States to support Iraq's efforts to emerge from Chapter VII resolution of the problems that prevent this, including the issues between Iraq and Kuwait," the statement said.
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