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Baghdad / Al-Mawrid News
Earth News/ Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi delivered today, Friday, Iraq's speech during the work of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
In his speech, Al-Kazemi said: "I am pleased to greet you in the name of Iraq, which is one of the founding countries of this organization that hosts us, noting that" Iraq is a historical country deeply rooted in human memory, and there are great challenges that seem difficult, especially at the level of internal political conflict, but there are, in return, The spirit of hope among the people of Iraq, who has the ability to seize the opportunity for life, progress and peace.
He continued, "The Iraqis, despite the difficult circumstances, used that spirit of hope to fight terrorism and defeat it on behalf of the whole world, and our people made huge sacrifices to liberate their lands from the terrorist gangs of ISIS." democracy, and human rights.
He explained, "During that just war, the Iraqi military forces acquired unique skills in fighting ISIS and enforcing the law, and Iraq benefited from the experiences of its allies in its fight against terrorism, renewing our thanks and appreciation to them," again "calling the Government of the Republic of Iraq to the need to continue confronting the phenomenon of terrorism." international terrorism and the groups supporting it.
Al-Kazemi indicated that "Iraq looks forward to receiving more international support in the reconstruction of the liberated areas affected by the occupation of the terrorist gangs of ISIS, as well as the international assistance to respond to the necessary emergency humanitarian needs; to enhance Iraq's capabilities in rebuilding the destroyed infrastructure," noting that "the ministries of The state and its institutions have continued their efforts to return the Iraqi families in the al-Hol camp in Syria to Iraqi lands, and return them to their areas.
Al-Kadhimi stressed that "Iraq from this platform reiterates its calls not to use its lands under the pretext of combating terrorism, or protecting the national security of other countries, in a way that endangers its security and stability," continuing that "Iraq stresses the need to respect the principles stipulated in the Charter of the United Nations and the rules of international law." and international relations, with respect for the sovereignty of states and the principles of good neighborliness, and the Iraqi government affirms its adherence to an approach that calls for resolving the accumulated differences through diplomatic channels.
He explained that "this government worked to establish fair and fair elections with the support of the Security Council, the United Nations, and other international organizations, and they praised its high integrity and professionalism."
He continued, "Here, I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation to all organizations and countries, and to everyone who helped support these elections, especially the supreme reference Mr. Sistani for his protection of the democratic path in Iraq. Despite the success of the elections, the political forces were unable to agree on the formation of the government, which led to Creating a political blockage, and my government called for a serious and transparent dialogue for all political forces and different parties to discuss ways out of the current political crisis."
He added, "Iraq seeks to bring views closer and find sustainable peaceful solutions to regional crises and differences between the countries of the region, by putting forward many initiatives aimed at ensuring peace and security in our region."
And he added, "Baghdad has hosted many meetings between these countries, which is a result of the balanced policy that this government operates, and the Iraqi diplomacy works with neighboring countries," noting that "the Baghdad Conference on Partnership and Cooperation in August last year enjoyed wide participation by Regional neighboring countries, and brotherly and friendly countries, where the conference came out with important recommendations embodied in the Baghdad Summit Declaration.
He pointed out that "Iraq is going through difficult climatic conditions due to the scarcity of water resources, the change of river courses that it shares with neighboring countries, and the establishment of projects without taking into account their effects on water quotas, and the equitable use of riparian countries," noting that "all these conditions together led Iraq to become The fifth most vulnerable country to climatic changes, which recently led to the drying up of most of the areas of the Iraqi Marshes, and the damage to livelihoods of hundreds of rural families in the Iraqi Marshes, which led to an increase in desertification and internal displacement; ".
The Prime Minister called on "all countries in the region for dialogue to resolve water issues in accordance with international laws and agreements."
He stressed that "this government has worked on important strategic projects in the field of clean energy, the extraction of associated gas, and other areas related to the green economy," noting that: This requires international support in its various fields to support its efforts and to enable it to move forward in implementing national policies and strategies on both sides of mitigation. of the negative effects of climate change and adaptation to it.
And he stated, "We have placed the implementation of the objectives of the National Strategy for General and Higher Education for the year 2030, at the top of our priorities, and the most important of these goals is to increase the enrollment rate in schools to reach (100%) and to improve the quality of public and higher education, and to develop technologies and educational technology, and we launched the National Initiative for Early Childhood Development, which It covers a period of 10 years, with the aim of reducing the illiteracy rate in our society and providing an appropriate educational environment for our children.
On the other hand, Al-Kazemi affirmed, "Iraq's firm position towards the Palestinian issue and the right of the Palestinian people to exercise their legitimate rights, and respect for the historical status of the city of Jerusalem and its sanctities," adding, "We affirm our keenness on the unity and safety of the Syrian territories, and support the conduct of political talks between all Syrian parties, and support the efforts of the envoy Special to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
He added, "Regional crises and wars have their results reflected in all countries of the world, and that peoples always pay the price for these wars, and therefore we stress the need to find peaceful and sustainable solutions to regional and international crises through dialogue, and not to resort to the use of force."
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