19/8/2017 12:00 am
The Sadrist movement rejects the separation of any part of Iraq
Baghdad / Sabah
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, warned that the referendum may have repercussions detrimental to the interest of Kurdistan, while the Sadrists refused to separate any part of Iraq, the Kurdish delegation said that self-determination for the people of Kurdistan «a legitimate right .
In a statement to his media office, al-Jaafari said, "The referendum may have repercussions that harm the interests of the region. The referendum is not only an Iraqi reflection. It has implications for regional countries and repercussions on the regional and
international situation ."
"We have to reassure the world that we should not create problems within them, and one of these problems is to move their people against them," Jaafari said.
For his part, the head of the Kurdish delegation, "the need to continue the unconditional dialogue to put forward all existing issues and serious work to be productive and good for all," explaining that "the right of self-determination for the people of Kurdistan is a legitimate right and the international content of all peoples of the world."
In the same regard, a statement to the media of the political body of the Sadrist movement on the Chairman of the Commission, during a meeting with the Kurdish delegation negotiator in Baghdad, asserting that «the best solution to the outstanding problems between the federal
government and the Kurdistan Regional Government is through continuing dialogues and understandings and access to common points Between the two sides. "He added that" the body stands with one strong Iraq with its Arab and Kurd and its different religions, nationalities and affiliations. We do not want any part of Iraq to be separated. We want the Iraqi people to live from the north to the south under one banner and enjoy equality and
social justice . "
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