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    Abadi from Paris: Peshmerga is part of the Iraqi forces

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    Post by Rocky Thu 14 Dec 2017, 1:40 am

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    Abadi from Paris: Peshmerga is part of the Iraqi forces


     Baghdad / Range 

    Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi returned to Baghdad yesterday after a short visit to Paris to participate in the climate conference. Before his return, Abadi said that the Peshmerga forces were part of the armed forces and had lived them like all the fighters. The prime minister went to France on Monday, heading a government delegation. French President Emmanuel Macaron met with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono.
    "Iraq has cleared its land of terrorists and we are moving towards reconstruction and concern for the environment that has been neglected for decades by wars," Abadi said at the Paris Climate Conference. 
    The Prime Minister said in his speech published by his press office that "Iraq's participation in international meetings is essential and effective," noting that "the world owes Iraq to its sacrifices and suffering and the fight against terrorism." Abadi pointed out that "the great Iraqi successes call on the international community to stand with Iraq," adding that "there is an international trend to support Iraq as we benefit from the atmosphere of international meetings to create an environment conducive to investment and to support the economy and reconstruction of Iraq. The Prime Minister pointed out that "fighting corruption is part of the reconstruction and stability, if there is corruption can not be achieved reconstruction and stability in the country," noting that "
    "We have seen through our meetings with world leaders the readiness to support Iraq, even in the fight against terrorism, intelligence, because terrorism threatens other countries and we have to cooperate in this area," Abadi said, . 
    "What was put forward at the Paris Climate Conference is that Iraq can be a shining picture of the countries that have been subjected to terrorism and how they have risen again," he said. "Terrorism is looking for other places, but it will not work as long as we cooperate." 
    "We do not want the world to abandon us after we have accomplished our task of eradicating terrorism and liberating our land and keeping Iraq united," he said. "We are calling for a very dangerous terrorist organization and we must be careful about how to root out its roots not only militarily but intellectually."
    "Iraq is a success story in eliminating terrorism, and we must preserve this achievement and preserve the unity of Iraq," he said. "Iraqis are equal in rights and duties, regardless of religion or nationality. This message is important and we have established it in Iraq," he said. 
    "The Peshmerga fought alongside the Iraqi army and the rest of our forces in the liberation of Mosul, and there are those who wanted to differentiate between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army through the referendum," Abadi said. "The Peshmerga are part of our forces. And the army fighter, but we said that the Peshmerga is part of the Iraqis and should cooperate with them. " 
    Abadi did not mention the Peshmerga forces during the reading of the victory statement, prompting Kurdish politicians to criticize him sharply.



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