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Dia'a al-Asadi: Iraq's problems can not be resolved but internally.

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Post by chouchou on Sat 09 Feb 2013, 5:22 am

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BAGHDAD / NINA / The Secretary General of the Ahrar bloc, Dia'a al-Asadi
confirmed, "that Iraq's problems and crises are resolved internally,
and any regionally or internationally side can solve any internal crisis
without an internal readiness for it.


He told the National
Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The Sadrist movement's position had been
expressed that Iraq's problems are solved internally and if there is any
regional or local party wants to solve the problems in Iraq, should
come and offer solutions."


Asadi added, "We reject any
interference in our country as we do not intervene in others' affairs
and everyone should be aware, if someone wants to offer solutions to any
crisis or problem, he has to come and offer that, if he is keen to Iraq
and its democracy."


Regarding the role of the UN in
resolving the political crisis, he explained, "The United Nations does
not resolve the problems if there is no internal genuine desire to
resolve and we have global experience in this regard as a lot of
international committees, when intervene in any country caused a new
crisis. "/ End

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