[size=36]The Iraqi President: The crisis is over, Baghdad is safe, and the dryness of the marshes is caused by military operations[/size]
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Iraqi President Abdul Latif Rashid confirmed that climate changes have greatly affected Iraq, just as they have affected the world.
The Iraqi President said in a television interview, “After security was restored, the Iraqi government has an intensive program to meet the needs of the population.”
Rashid stressed "the importance of maintaining security in Iraq and improving its infrastructure," noting that "the crisis in Iraq has ended, but improving services requires several years."
He added, "The water challenge in Iraq is caused by its water sources that come from abroad. There is coordination with Iran and Turkey regarding the water file, and our relations are good with neighboring countries and the region."
He pointed out, "The security situation is stable in Baghdad, but the media is trying to distort this picture," explaining that "displacement operations in Iraq are linked to many factors, including climate change, and displacement operations are now decreasing significantly within Iraq."
He pointed out, "The drying of the marshes was not due to climate change, but rather due to military operations. We have solved all our problems with neighboring countries and are playing the role of mediator in the region."
He continued: "We demand the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with full rights. We denounce the Israeli aggression against Gaza and demand an end to the war within a week."
He stressed, "Iraq's decision is independent on regional issues and we do not follow any other country." Ended 29/h