Congratulated Assistant Foreign Minister for Arab Affairs Iranian and African, Hussein Amir Abdul Allahaan, on Tuesday, the Iraqi people on the occasion of the formation of the new government headed by Haidar al-Abbadi, which won the confidence of the House of Representatives on Monday evening, stressing his country's respect for the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Iraq. Said Abdul Allahaan in a press statement, I followed Agency for News News (et) that "the Islamic Republic of Iran supports the Iraqi government headed by Haidar al-Abbadi," urging countries in the region to "help the new Iraqi government in rooting out terrorism and violence gripping the country." He added that Abdul Allahaan "The time has come to help countries in the region for the Iraqi government to root out terrorism," noting that "the people and the political and religious leaders in Iraq have demonstrated that they will not allow the enemies of the region and the remnants of Saddam and terrorism excommunicating exposing the security of Iraq and the region at risk." The Iraqi Council of Representatives held, on Monday evening (September 8, 2014), a special session to give confidence to the new Iraqi government, headed by Haidar al-Abbadi, except for the security ministries and the Ministry of Water Resources. As promised Abadi submit names of candidates for the vacant ministries during the week, stressing that he will choose names himself in the absence of the political blocs agree on them, especially the ministries of interior and defense. The session saw the vote on the Nuri Kamal al-Maliki and Osama Abdul Aziz Najafi and Iyad Allawi, Vice-President of the Republic, in addition to voting on the Bahaa al-Araji, Saleh al-Mutlaq and Hoshyar Zebari, Vice-Prime Minister.
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