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    Qatar policy : ready to support Iraq in dealing with what he left behind

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    Post by Rocky Sun 24 Sep 2017, 4:52 am

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    The Qatari foreign ministry said Doha is ready to support Iraq in restoring its Arab and regional role, restoring the unity of its people and rebuilding its damaged areas. 
    Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman al-Thani reiterated his country's aspiration to work with the international community to support Iraq and to promote international peace and security. 
    In a speech to the high-level event on accountability and justice support for the post-Saddam era in Iraq, al-Thani said the existence of a "preacher" in Iraq and the horrific crimes he committed in this fraternal country "posed a threat to the stability of Iraq and the security of the region and the world." 
    According to Qatar's official news agency, the Qatari minister added that "the crimes of urging pushed large waves of displaced people and refugees from the countries of the region to escape and leave their homes and areas in order to preserve their lives."
    Al-Thani stressed that the unity and solidarity of the international community has been the decisive factor in defeating terrorists at various levels, pointing out "the harsh and costly experience of the spread of terrorism and its grave dangers to the unity and stability of countries." 
    He also referred to the atrocities committed by the terrorist organizations in flagrant violation of international law, international humanitarian law and human rights. 
    The Qatari minister stressed that the defeat of terrorism and the gains achieved "must have been very costly at various levels" and expressed Qatar's appreciation for the sacrifices made by its counterterrorism partners. 
    He reiterated Doha's commitment to working with these friends to tackle terrorism in all its forms, depriving it of safe haven and drying up its sources and resources.
    He added: "It is encouraging to meet today to discuss what must be done after the elimination of a preacher in Iraq, and soon in Syria, and wherever the terrorists are." 
    Al Thani said that the transition to justice, justice for victims and accountability of terrorists "will be a message of hope for the family of the state that we are on the right track to eradicate terrorism and punish terrorists for their crimes and to deal with the roots of terrorism." 
    He stressed the importance of justice for the victims of "Da'ash" and the survivors of his crimes in Iraq and the region, stressing that adherence to the rule of law, respect for human rights and protection of the population is crucial to eradicate terrorism and consolidate the gains made.
    "The destruction and looting of archaeological sites and cultural property constitutes a war crime and a crime against humanity as a whole," he said. "These sites and monuments are part of the human heritage, and the perpetrators of these crimes must be prosecuted."


    Al-Thani expressed his deep condolences to the families of the victims of "Dahesh" and expressed deep appreciation for the role played by the international coalition led by Washington to support Iraq and counter terrorism in the region and the world.


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