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US State Department: Iraq faces 4 major crises

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Post by rocky Thu 09 Dec 2021, 6:24 am

US State Department: Iraq faces 4 major crises

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{Political: Al Furat News} The US State Department said that Iraq faces several crises, including four prominent ones.
And the US Under Secretary of State for Civil Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Ezra Zaya, who is one of the most official leaders in the ministry, considered that "what is happening in Iraq is that it is facing several crises, starting with the Corona pandemic {Covid-19}, the confusion of oil markets, the spread of corruption and of course The continuing threat of ISIS.
However, it considered that "there is a real chance in Iraq for success, because the state that conducts elections in a fair and transparent manner, rejects external intimidation and corruption, and places unruly armed groups under the full control of the central government."
Zia stressed that "all these matters are in the interest of Iraq, and that the United States continues to support them in these areas."
She noted, "Through the Strategic Dialogue process, we are really keen to help the Iraqi people in the scheme of the Iraqi government, and ultimately reach a stable and successful democratic future, but we know that democracy is a journey, not a destination. It is often one full of setbacks, and we certainly want Continue to support the Iraqi people on this journey."


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Thursday, December 9, 2021 11:19 AM
Baghdad/National News Center
Today, Thursday, the US State Department said that Iraq faces several crises, including four prominent ones.
And the US Under Secretary of State for Civil Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Ezra Zaya, who is one of the most official leaders in the ministry, considered that “what is happening in Iraq is that it is facing several crises, starting with the Corona pandemic (Covid-19), the confusion of oil markets, the spread of corruption and of course The continuing threat of ISIS.”
However, she saw that “there is a real chance in Iraq for success; Because the state, which conducts elections in a fair and transparent manner, rejects external intimidation and corruption, and places unruly armed groups under the full control of the central government.”
Zia stressed that "all these matters are in the interest of Iraq, and that these areas continue to be supported by the United States."
She noted, "Through the strategic dialogue process, we are really keen to help the Iraqi people in the scheme of the Iraqi government, and ultimately reach a stable and successful democratic future, but we know that democracy is a journey, not a destination. It is often one full of setbacks, and we definitely want to continue to support the Iraqi people on this journey.”
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