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The United Nations plans to send 250 experts to Iraq to monitor early elections

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The United Nations plans to send 250 experts to Iraq to monitor early elections Empty The United Nations plans to send 250 experts to Iraq to monitor early elections

Post by rocky Sat 31 Jul 2021, 6:52 am

The United Nations plans to send 250 experts to Iraq to monitor early elections

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{Political: Al Furat News} Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein met today, Friday, at the United Nations headquarters in New York, the head of the electoral support team in the Department of Political Affairs and Peacebuilding at the United Nations Secretariat, Craig Jennes, and the accompanying security team.
A statement of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a copy of which was received by Al-Furat News Agency, stated that "during the meeting, the necessary preparations for holding the elections on the specified date were discussed, and the Minister confirmed that the government is proceeding with the elections, which is one of the most important goals in the government curriculum. The Minister thanked the team Electoral support for the great efforts made by them during the negotiations related to Iraq’s request for electoral observation, referring to the Iraqi government’s diplomatic steps on more than one axis, whether in New York or towards the capitals of member states in the Security Council, expressing his happiness that Iraq has obtained a unanimous supportive position from before the Security Council.
Hussein indicated that "the Iraqi government is looking forward to seeing an international monitoring team in all Iraqi governorates to enhance public confidence in the electoral process."
The minister also referred to "the Iraqi government's efforts and actions on regional organizations and towards a large number of countries at the bilateral level for the purpose of sending electoral observation teams," adding that "the Iraqi government is making great efforts to secure the elections, stressing the government's readiness to provide all the requirements that fall upon it, and to provide the atmosphere The security situation in Iraq is much better than it was several years ago, in light of the great efforts made by the security services to combat terrorism.
For his part, Craig Gennes, head of the electoral support team, pointed out that the electoral support team succeeded in securing the necessary funding for the exercise of the United Nations electoral observation team in Iraq through grants provided by some countries, including the United States of America, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Denmark.
He announced that the United Nations will employ (150) UN experts to enhance the electoral support efforts provided to Iraq, and work as a preparatory team for the monitoring process, and they will be distributed to four main centers in Iraq, and (100) UN experts will be sent in mid-September whose main task will be to monitor the elections. .
He also reviewed the efforts of the United Nations, which are divided into two axes in the field of electoral support, namely: technical assistance and electoral observation, so that the United Nations Electoral Assistance Mission in Iraq is the largest of the United Nations.

He noted that the strategic communication team will arrive in Baghdad soon.
Darko Musipop also indicated that the team’s efforts focus on implementing Security Council resolution (2576), and our role includes communicating with members of the Security Council, the Iraqi government, and Iraqi actors from parties, civil society and the media, and our goal is to provide the maximum possible support to the Iraqi government to secure fair elections with respect. The full sovereignty of Iraq, and we are working according to a timetable that corresponds to the date of the elections, as we have appointed the head of the international team on the strategic campaign, and he will begin his work in Iraq soon.
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