BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's foreign affairs committee unveiled on Saturday an Iraqi move to condemn terrorism-sponsoring countries and issue a resolution under the UN Security Council to take compensation for Iraq's losses.
"The committee submitted a letter to the Foreign Ministry asking to move to the United Nations to issue a resolution condemning the countries that supported terrorism inside Iraq," said Khalid al-Asadi, a member of the committee. "The resolution includes condemnation of these countries and taking large financial compensation, .
He added that "the Iraqi Foreign Ministry confirmed its movement on this file at the present time with the superpowers, especially the United States and the European Union, because they are aware of this terrorism."
The Iraqi diplomatic move follows the success of the government in mobilizing international support for its military campaign against terrorism and enabling it to liberate most of the areas controlled by the terrorist organization. Most notably Mosul.
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