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[size=30] Today, Sunday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani announced the position of the Iraqi government on the presence of the international coalition and NATO forces, while stating that his government does not need combat forces, but rather advisory missions only.
Al-Sudani said in a symposium on the sidelines of his participation in the 59th Munich Security Conference that "Iraq no longer constitutes a security or political problem or part of the problems of combating terrorism, but rather is a key to a solution in the region," pointing out that "Iraq is the cornerstone of a stable regional system built on coexistence, cooperation and economic partnerships that serve the region.
Al-Sudani added, "Our government today is based on five priorities to combat poverty, corruption, and economic reforms, which take up a large part of our efforts to diversify sources of income and invest resources," noting: "I am personally working on structural reforms for the economy and radical reforms for the financial and banking system to be in line with the global system." .
He pointed out that "Iraq considers climate change an existential threat to it, due to the burning of associated gas that previous governments did not invest in. We also put the problems of desertification and water scarcity as a priority for treatment, and we turn to renewable energy as a basic option," stressing that "Iraq has defeated terrorism, and our security forces are at a high level." Efficiency to maintain security.
He continued, "Our position is clear and frank. We do not need combat forces from the international coalition, but we need advice, training and security exchange," explaining that "we are working to determine the numbers of advisers to the international coalition in Iraq in a way that preserves the sovereignty of our country, which is a vision that enjoys popular and political acceptance."
Al-Sudani continued, "We have carried out reforms in the security sector, which has not witnessed reform for years, and it is an important entitlement. The political forces are supportive of the process of reforming security institutions, which is one of the points of the political agreement to form the government." Stressing that "the security situation in Syria represents a challenge to Iraq, including the presence of al-Hawl camp and prisons that house a large number of terrorists."
And he indicated that "Al-Hol camp includes 60,000 people, half of whom are Iraqis, and the government is returning 150 Iraqi families every month and entering them in Al-Jada'a camp for security and psychological rehabilitation," noting that "the continued presence of families in Al-Hol camp represents a threat to the region, and the role of organizations in supporting families returning from Al-Hol camp is a shy role.
He stressed that "Iraq withdrew a large number of citizens in Al-Hol camp, and we hope that the countries of the world will do the same," pointing out that "Iraq was able to control the process of disparity and political differences, and our government seeks to provide equality for all Iraqis without discrimination, and to give minorities a sense of reassurance."
And he added, "We have come a long way in overcoming the obstacles between Baghdad and Erbil, and we will finish this year the legislation of the oil and gas law," noting that "we need the support of the international community in recovering wanted terrorists and stopping funding coming from Europe and others."
Al-Sudani pointed out that "the United States is a strategic partner for Iraq through the framework agreement and is not a security partner only," stressing that "Iran is a neighbor with whom we have historical relations at various levels, and Iraq's establishment of a balanced relationship with America and Iran is acceptable according to the basis of Iraq's national interests."
He pointed out that "corruption has shaken society's confidence in the political system in Iraq, and it threatens all programs and plans for development and reconstruction. We have begun to reform the institutions responsible for combating corruption," adding: "We recovered the money and wanted persons, which is something that happens for the first time after 2003, and I asked the Interpol director for more information." Cooperation in recovering wanted persons and funds. Part of the corruption money in Iraq has been used to finance terrorism since 2003.”
And he added, "Closing the displacement file is among the government's priorities, and we have many displaced people who have settled in the Kurdistan region, and we have allocated projects in the 2023 budget for the reconstruction of Sinjar and the Nineveh Plain," stressing that "Iraq's role in the region in being a point of convergence is a pioneering and natural role, and not an impersonal one." Iraq can play a role in bringing the divergent views between the countries of the region closer together.
He noted that "there are committees working on economic projects that represent productive partnerships between Iraq and the brothers in the region and the rest of the world. Iraq is open to all countries in the field of economic partnerships," stressing that "the major international companies in all sectors carry out investment operations in Iraq, and we have an investment law that is the best." In the region, and stressed the investment in gas that will supply the energy market in the world.
He emphasized: "Our government conducts a monthly review of the investment environment and improves it through decisions and legislation in Iraq, and we worked to involve the private sector in the Economic Ministerial Council," noting that "routine is one of the negatives indicative of state institutions, and we set up a special committee in the Prime Minister's office to remove it."
He pointed out that "the government's efforts are continuing to bring Saudi Arabia and Iran closer, and we will soon resume the meetings that stopped between the two parties."
He stressed that "the government has put 400 million dollars in a small loan fund to provide it in a soft manner to young people," noting that "Iraqi women were part of the saga of steadfastness against ISIS, and the government is working to activate the work of women's empowerment circles."
He concluded by saying, "Iraq is committed to international agreements on supporting women and the family, and women actively participate in Iraqi political life through the presence of 82 women in parliament."[/size] [size=30][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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