[size=36]Al-Kadhimi meets with the Secretary-General of the United Nations to discuss several files[/size]
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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed, today, Friday in New York, with United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres several files, including the drought file, and the attacks on Iraqi lands.
A statement by Al-Kazemi's office, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, stated that "the latter met with Guterres and discussed with him the situation in Iraq, and the government's efforts to mitigate political differences, by adopting the National Dialogue Initiative between the political forces, and also addressed the situation in the displacement camps, and the efforts of The government will close the largest number of them, and return the displaced to their areas of origin.”
The statement added, "The Secretary-General of the United Nations praised Al-Kazemi's role in maintaining civil peace in Iraq, supporting his initiative in the national dialogue between political forces, and striving to achieve political détente."
The meeting witnessed, according to the statement, "discussing the education file in Iraq, and the government's keenness to advance it, and develop the infrastructure through its initiation to construct 1,000 schools throughout Iraq as a first stage."
The statement pointed out that "the meeting dealt with the drought file, and its great effects on Iraq, and Al-Kazemi stressed the importance of helping Iraq in this file, which is related to the lives of citizens and the country's economies. Guterres, for his part, stressed the need to address the drought problem that Iraq suffers from because of what it is doing." It has some riparian countries from changing the course of rivers.”
Guterres affirmed, according to the statement, "his rejection of the attacks that affect the sovereignty of Iraq, his affirmation of support for Iraq's unity, and his refusal to interfere in its internal affairs."
And the statement continued, "Al-Kazemi expressed his thanks for the efforts of the United Nations mission in helping Iraq to hold transparent and fair elections, praising the role of the United Nations and its development programs to enhance local capacities, and in rehabilitating those affected by terrorism, and its projects in the fields of environment and sustainable development." Ended 29 / M 99