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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Wednesday, during a meeting with the American Secretary of State John Kerry in Baghdad, international support to fight the extremists who control large areas in the country.
Kerry am and arrived to Baghdad as part of his tour in the Middle East which aims to build a broad coalition against the Islamic state regulation, which also controls large areas in Syria.
Ebadi said, who announced his new cabinet Monday, during the meeting that the extremists "pose a challenge for the whole region and the international community praying Iraq across the border with Syria and the international community the responsibility for protecting Iraq (...) and the entire region."
He added, using the same label launched by President Barack Obama: "We are determined to fight this cancer in Iraq," referring to the heinous crimes, including the beheading of American journalists and targeting minorities.
He congratulated Kerry Abadi during the meeting to form a new government. Abadi and welcomed the moves, which aims to build an international coalition to confront the "terrorist organization Daash," adding that Iraq welcomes any "international effort to help him in his war against these gangs," according to an official statement.
For his part, Kerry expressed his country's support for Iraq and the new government and is ready to provide all kinds of support they need Iraq in its war against Daash conditions of security and stability, according to the statement.
Kerry praised the commitments Abadi "important" in terms of rebuilding the army and fighting against the Islamic state and the broad reforms needed in Iraq, which he described Baldharoria in order to collect all "all segments of society to the negotiating table."
In a related context, the cabinet said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of "Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi held a meeting on Tuesday with security leaders to discuss plans and procedures to control the security situation in the country and the liberation of the rest of the areas controlled by the organization Daash terrorist and eliminate it. "
The statement added that "al-Abadi pointed to his vision and Strutijeth to control the security situation taking place in Iraq," noting that "the security challenge represents the most important challenges facing the country and we will seek through this new strategy and the cooperation of everyone to return security to our country in spite of the many difficulties that we face."
The statement continued that "Abadi called on the security forces, the diligence of citizens and deal with them according to the principle of human rights, also called on citizens at the same time to cooperate with the security forces and help them to perform their duties and to maintain the security of the country and the safety of his children."
The meeting Abadi leaders about security after the first 24 hours of a vote of confidence for his government by the Iraqi Council of Representatives. The House of Representatives voted, on Monday, to give confidence to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and 24 ministers in his government, with the exception of a number of ministries, notably interior, defense and water resources.
To the so called French President Francois Hollande, on Wednesday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to attend the conference which will be held in Paris in support of Iraq in the face of "terrorism", and stressed that the formation of the Iraqi government will contribute to the success of the conference, and while Ebadi pointed out that the formation of the government will help in the elimination of on "terrorism", thanked France for "its support for Iraq."
The office of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "The Abadi received a telephone call from French President Francois Hollande to congratulate him on the occasion of the formation of the government and gaining the confidence of the House of Representatives," noting that "Abadi expressed" thanks for the congratulations of President French ", stressing at the same time, that" the formation of the government will help in the eradication of terrorism. "
Abadi and praised as "the French position in support of Iraq in the face of Iraq," expressing his welcome to "meeting with French President to discuss the backing provided by France for Iraq."
For his part, Hollande, through contact that "the news of the formation of the Iraqi government is very important and will contribute to the success of a conference in support of Iraq," calling Abadi to attend the conference. "
Hollande said that "the presence of the President of the Iraqi government to refer to the unity of Iraqis and the success of the conference," expressing his country's readiness "to continue helping Iraq in the areas of humanitarian and military."
He noted that the Office of Abadi During the call to discuss the conference and its impact in mobilizing international support for Iraq in the fight against the organization (Daash) in addition to the situation in the region.
Later, the French government announced, yesterday, that the five permanent members of the Security Council (United States, Russia, Britain, China and France) will participate in the conference on Iraq to be held next Monday in Paris.
A spokesman for the French government minister Stephane Le Bean during his presentation of what has been discussed during a meeting of the French government that the Paris conference will be chaired by France and Iraq.
The same source added that the Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said during a cabinet meeting that the conference "will bring together the five permanent members of the Security Council."
The French minister said he was "touched" to the issue of the participation of Iran, but he refused to "reveal more" on this point.
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