[size=36]Maliki rejected foreign interference: We want friends to support and do not want enemies to intervene[/size]
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, the head of the coalition of law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Tuesday, his rejection of foreign interference in the affairs of Iraq.
His office said in a statement received (Mawazine News) a copy of it, that "the President of the coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki received in his office today, the new ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Mr. Ole Dell."
The statement added that "al-Maliki welcomed Ambassador Dell, wishing him success in his new mission as ambassador to Baghdad, stressing that Iraq has close relations with Germany in various fields."
He continued, "The meeting during which they discussed the latest political and security situation in Iraq and the region, and discussed the events that accompanied the movement of popular protest in the country."
Al-Maliki reiterated his support for the legitimate demands of the demonstrators, stressing the importance of the executive and legislative authorities to continue to work for comprehensive reform in order to provide a decent life for the Iraqi people.
The head of the coalition of state law, "the need for reforms away from external interference," saying: "We want friends support and do not want enemies to intervene."
In turn, the new German ambassador expressed his happiness to "represent his country to Iraq," expressing his country's keenness to "support Iraq, and strengthen the prospects for cooperation between the two countries in the interest of the two friendly peoples."