[size=36]Al-Kazemi talks about the elections files and the white paper at the NATO meeting[/size]
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Al-Kazemi said, in a speech during his meeting with the permanent representatives of NATO countries in Brussels, according to his media office: "The white reform paper aims to restore balance to the Iraqi economy, and put it on a path that allows the state to take appropriate steps in the future to develop it into a diversified economy that creates opportunities for citizens." To live a decent life.
He added, "Economic reforms cannot be achieved without achieving economic growth, and that Iraq seeks to encourage the international community to enhance investment opportunities in Iraq in a way that guarantees the achievement of sustainable development that contributes to supporting economic reform."
And he added, "I would like to refer to the pledge we made at the beginning of my assumption of the position of prime minister to hold legislative elections, and we affirm our commitment, through discussions with all political and popular forces, on the need to ensure free, fair and fair elections."
Al-Kadhimi stressed, "We are making all efforts to ensure electoral security through military and security plans that we have been preparing for months, and through training and practices carried out by security institutions in preparation for election day, aimed at protecting voters, international observers and journalists."
He continued, "The government has adopted the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission, and we have sought to approve a budget for the commission, and we have also welcomed the UN Security Council resolution supporting the elections in Iraq, in addition to the role of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq by coordinating the presence of international observers to monitor the elections, and we have directed to overcome all obstacles." that the voting process and the next stage may face, and we have set the tenth of next October as the date for holding the elections.”
And he stated, "The terrorism that destroys mosques, churches and hospitals and kills innocent people in Iraqi cities is the same that strikes the cities of the world, so we must strive to spare Iraq from being an arena for regional conflicts on one side or international ones on the other."
He stressed that "the security and stability of Iraq is affected by the security of the region, and the security of the region can only be achieved by adhering to international resolutions that call on all parties to the conflict to abide by international legitimacy, respect human rights, not interfere in the internal affairs of countries and avoid launching any cross-border aggression for any independent and sovereign country." In this regard, Iraq categorically refuses to use its territory to attack its neighbors."
Al-Kazemi said: "We renew our thanks and appreciation, and we highly appreciate the stances that support Iraq, its people, its institutions and its democratic experience, and we look forward to continuing cooperation in vital areas, military training and training of the military police in Iraq, and in consultation with the Iraqi government."
He explained: "We appreciate and appreciate the assistance of the NATO countries to Iraq in supporting construction and reconstruction projects and achieving economic development that requires providing security and stability in a way that guarantees experts, technicians and companies to start their investments under optimal security conditions, which will therefore serve the security, safety, stability and interests of our peoples looking forward to building, reconstruction, prosperity and progress." Ended 29/A 43