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Maliki::The rest of the security situation is stable not because of not naming the minister of security so far

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Maliki confirms that the instability of the security situation is linked to delays naming cabinet security

Editor: HAH | BR Monday, 23 May 2011 11:09 GMT

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki
Alsumaria News / Baghdad

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, that the remainder of the security situation is unstable deposits of bands that accompanied the entry of U.S. troops into the country, and not because of the delay in naming ministers of security, with Czech Prime Minister expressed his country's support for Iraq in all fields.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during a joint press conference with his Czech counterpart Peter Nebenchass in the building of the prime minister and attended by "Alsumaria News", "The rest of the security situation is stable not because of not naming the minister of security so far, are deposits of bands that accompanied the entry American troops in the country, "noting that" security forces will be able to eliminate those bands fully. "

Maliki said that "working in the security ministries is running as normal, but the circumstances in the country require the speedy security minister designate."

The head of the House of Representatives Osama Nujaifi announced during a press conference, the fifth of May current, the names of the candidates of the security ministries are all of Saadoun al-Dulaimi, who currently serves as Minister of Culture of the Ministry of Defense, and Tawfiq al for the National Coalition for the Interior Ministry, Riad Ghraib for the National Alliance Also, national security, stressing that it will be discussed and be listed on the agenda of the Council.

For his part, Prime Minister Petr Nebenchass in a speech during the conference that "the Czech delegation, large and huge, who came to Iraq, which includes cabinet ministers and senior businessmen in the Czech Republic the best proof of the stability of the security situation in Iraq," noting that "the Czech Republic and the countries of the region boasts a free and democratic Iraq. "

The Nebenash that "the Czech delegation comprises the Ministers of Defence, Industry and Commerce and the Director-General of the Bank of the Czech export subsidies and the President of the General Council of the guarantees, which the President of industries, Czech, which includes major Czech companies," stressing that the Czech Republic "ties with Iraq date back 77 years and will be supported by all available means."

The Prime Minister Petr Nichass, Monday, to Baghdad on an official visit to strengthen military cooperation and economic cooperation between the two countries.

His Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarz Nberg after meeting his Iraqi counterpart, Hoshyar Zebari, in the 19 of last April, Prime Minister Petr Nichass visit Iraq during the month of May for the consolidation of economic and cultural relations and military relations between the two countries.

The Czech Republic confirmed in 21 of last April, that the visit of Czech Prime Minister's visit to Iraq will open prospects for cooperation between the two countries in all fields, while the revealed economic cooperation a future in medicine, agriculture, oil and the construction of dams, she pointed out that the granting of visas to the Iraqis under study in at this time.

The head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Osama Nujaifi visited on the sixth of April, the Czech capital of Prague at the head of a parliamentary delegation to visit lasted three days, during which he met a number of officials of Czech as well as meet with the Iraqi ambassador and members of the embassy and the Iraqi community, while expressing the Czech government is ready to cooperate military with Iraq.

And the Czech Republic, which participated in the coalition forces in toppling the former regime in Iraq in 2003, the embassy in Baghdad, in addition to some companies that are interested in the restoration and maintenance of monuments and other oil installations in various parts of Iraq, especially the Kurdistan region.
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