Abadi: We refuse to turn Iraq into a battlefield for the Iranian-Saudi [expanded][/ltr]
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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the government's refusal to be Iraq's arena of regional conflict, especially between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
"There is nothing to hide from our people, and if there is a visit to the Saudi Crown Prince, we have nothing to deter us from, and there is no visit, even if it was a mere idea, even if there was a visit to announce it," Abbadi said at his press conference after the cabinet session on Sunday. A third produced this information to cause a problem and there is eating the taste. "
"There is a Saudi-Iranian conflict, a Saudi-Saudi conflict and money to pay for this conflict, and all of them want to compete on Iraqi soil. I say to these countries: We want good relations with you, but you do not struggle on our land," he said.
"Iraq is strong and not weak and we do not want to use this or that country to play on Iraqi soil and our country is being destroyed," Abadi said. "We do not reject any visit to Iraq.
"Those who deal with terrorism politically and informally with the elections are close to carrying out acts to strike innocent civilians," he warned.
"We are exerting great efforts to restore stability and build the country," he said. "Iraq is witnessing unity among its people today," he said.
He stressed that "the military and security efforts continue to clear all areas of terrorist cells because the thought is still existent," noting that "terrorism has political and media extensions trying to enlarge terrorism because terrorism infiltrated by the ideology of terrorism exists and we need years to eliminate the idea."
"We are chasing terrorist cells every day and there are those who want to disturb the security situation to win an election, and we warn those who are weak. We are victors and our forces are fighting and pursuing terrorism everywhere," he said. We will enable terrorism to stabilize Iraq. "
"The real danger of terrorism now is a provocative presence in Syria, and the news of its elimination there is a lie. The terrorist groups are still present on Syrian soil," he said.
"We have taken control of our borders with Syria and the residents of many of those who tried to infiltrate our territory to hit the cities and the safe, and we have plans to prevent them," he said.
"Today, Iraq is leading global campaigns to combat terrorism. The leaders of the world have affirmed that Iraq today is one of the most important countries fighting terrorism on an international level. We do not want terrorism to return again, and we will not allow it to be rebuilt," he added.
"I assure the Iraqis that our security forces are in control of all areas in Iraq and there is no stable stability in a certain place, but there are terrorist cells we are working to eliminate them."
"We have issued a decree to speed up the provision of basic services to the citizens, the national effort and all the capabilities of the state," Abbadi said. "There is a decline in services after the occupation of cities and the efforts of the state to combat it.
"He called for" the formation of higher committees under the supervision of the Prime Minister's Office to ensure the provision of basic services to citizens in all of Iraq, "demanding" citizens patience and cooperation with us to provide services and the designation of areas that need it, "calling" political blocs to not exploit the need of citizens for services in the electoral process, "He said.
He stressed that "there are those who prepare citizens and work on the preparation of the streets of the article before the elections and leave them after the elections, but we will not do like them, we are working to complete the work of real and permanent."
"As part of our approach to reconstruction and investment, we will visit Japan this week at the invitation of its government to reaffirm partnership, cooperation and job creation for Iraqis," Abadi said.
"There is great Japanese enthusiasm in terms of job opportunities for their vast experience in this field and we look forward to making our visit to Japan a success," he said.
He pointed out that "the Council of Ministers hosted the members of the Electoral Commission and the directors general and directors of offices in Baghdad and the provinces to discuss the procedures of the Commission to make the electoral process successful in cooperation with the government and the creation of electoral cards," calling "all citizens to expedite the receipt of their electoral cards in order not to give room for manipulators."
The prime minister said that "the Council of Ministers issued an order to prosecute those who manipulate the votes of voters, the sale or purchase of the electoral card is a crime to be held accountable by the law, and we will pursue anyone who manipulates electoral cards," stressing that "we will not allow another amnesty for those who visit or manipulate the elections."
"As we promised, we will create a sound economy based on diversification of resources and not just oil," he said.
"We want to raise the contribution of the private sector because it will look for new resources other than oil, which is important for the economy of the country," he said.
The prime minister pointed out that "terrorism originated from corruption and we call for the removal of corruption from the political conflict, especially as we are heading to elections," noting that "the disposal of the money of the displaced is a crime to be held accountable by law and we will pursue them."
"We have strengthened the control of the federal government on Najaf airport, especially on its international side and the subject of the investor and money is the hands of the judiciary now and those who violate the decisions bear the consequences of breaking the laws."
"There is no authority over Iraqi aviation other than the Iraqi aviation authority, and we are surprised that false reports of a ban on Iraqi flights are being promoted."
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