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    The leadership of Abbadi achieved victory

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    The leadership of Abbadi achieved victory Empty The leadership of Abbadi achieved victory

    Post by Rocky Sun Jul 23, 2017 4:06 am

    The leadership of Abbadi achieved victory

     

    23/7/2017 12:00 am

    By Joseph Bennington (Reuters) -    
    Iraq's victory over a "hustler" in Mosul is an event both Iraqis and Americans have the right to celebrate. Iraqis of all sects and races fought valiantly together for months until they liberated the city from an enemy known for absolute barbarism.
    Today, we have reason to feel optimistic about the future of Iraq. Just as Iraqis march on the ground, they are now leading the effort to stabilize their cities and liberated neighborhoods. The Iraq-led stabilization program, led by UN support, has enabled nearly 2 million displaced Iraqis to return to their homes, including a million IDPs from Anbar province.
    We have seen this in Tikrit, Ramadi, Falluja, and finally in eastern Mosul. All these cities and neighborhoods have come back to life. Today, the students of Mosul University are working together to remove the debris in preparation for the opening of classrooms next fall. In eastern Mosul, 350,000 children have returned to school.
    The leadership of Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi, which was fixed and given to local officials by the authorities to act and act, was a key reason for the success that Iraq had put in the face of " By giving local leaders and provincial leaders the power and resources they need to rebuild their areas, Abadi has built bridges of trust between the different segments of the community and prepared the ground for a long term.
    There are still battles to be fought in Tal Afar, Hawija and Qaim, which are controlled by Da'ash, but we are confident that Iraq will also be able to liberate these areas over time and with the support and support of the American side.
    However, optimism about the future of Iraq must not overshadow the magnitude of the serious challenges it still faces. The country now needs to heal its wounds and overcome its sectarian divisions, and its economy needs to be reformed after years of wars and low oil prices. There is also corruption, which would discourage the initiative of the private sector and break the burden, and there are gangs "calling" which will remain a terrorist threat for a long time after losing control of the land.
    But these problems can now be tackled after the defeat of a "fable myth." Iraq boasts that it has the second largest oil reserves in the world and has demonstrated that its democracy has the flexibility and resilience to recover.
    With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before.
    * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq. The country now needs to heal its wounds and overcome its sectarian divisions, and its economy needs to be reformed after years of wars and low oil prices. There is also corruption, which would discourage the initiative of the private sector and break the burden, and there are gangs "calling" which will remain a terrorist threat for a long time after losing control of the land. But these problems can now be tackled after the defeat of a "fable myth." Iraq boasts that it has the second largest oil reserves in the world and has demonstrated that its democracy has the flexibility and resilience to recover. With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before. * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq. The country now needs to heal its wounds and overcome its sectarian divisions, and its economy needs to be reformed after years of wars and low oil prices. There is also corruption, which would discourage the initiative of the private sector and break the burden, and there are gangs "calling" which will remain a terrorist threat for a long time after losing control of the land. But these problems can now be tackled after the defeat of a "fable myth." Iraq boasts that it has the second largest oil reserves in the world and has demonstrated that its democracy has the flexibility and resilience to recover. With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before. * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq. There are gangs of "preachers" who will remain a terrorist threat for a long time after losing control of the land. But these problems can now be tackled after the defeat of a "fable myth." Iraq boasts that it has the second largest oil reserves in the world and has demonstrated that its democracy has the flexibility and resilience to recover. With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before. * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq. There are gangs of "preachers" who will remain a terrorist threat for a long time after losing control of the land. But these problems can now be tackled after the defeat of a "fable myth." Iraq boasts that it has the second largest oil reserves in the world and has demonstrated that its democracy has the flexibility and resilience to recover. With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before. * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq. With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before. * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq. With continued support from the United States and the international community, Iraq is emerging today in a position that makes it more powerful and closer than ever before. * Joseph Bennington, Assistant Undersecretary of State for Iraq.

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