09:50 - 24/07/2017
Deputy President of the Republic Nuri al-Maliki, the two, that the next phase will see readiness to hold the election on time, and to establish a state of citizenship and the formation of the government of the political majority, criticizing some of the political forces that oppose the government of the majority.
A statement of Maliki's office received a copy of it that "Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki and the delegation held a visit to the headquarters of the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in Moscow," noting that "Maliki reviewed during his meeting with the cadres of the Embassy of the latest political and security situation in the country, And ways to ensure the activation of cooperation in various fields between Iraq and the Russian Federation. "
"We look forward to building balanced relations with all brotherly and friendly countries, especially the Russian Federation," he said, adding that "thanks to our armed forces and our popular mobilization, we have succeeded in eradicating gangs that support terrorism and cleanse our cities from this hideous terrorist organization."
He added that "our country faces great challenges that call for the unification of all efforts and work to overcome them, stressing the need to achieve political reconciliation and reform of the political system in preparation for the start of the process of construction and reconstruction and the return of displaced people to liberated cities," adding that "the next stage will witness the readiness to hold the election on time, And the establishment of the state of citizenship and the formation of the government of the political majority. "
Maliki criticized "some political forces that oppose the majority government for its desire to continue control and interference in the organs of the state and the political process."
He called on Maliki to "take care of the Iraqi communities in the world, saying: We look forward to all the embassies of Iraq homes for all Iraqis, and be dealing with them on the basis of citizenship and away from partisan affiliations and national and sectarian." Ending / 25
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