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    Al-Sudani's angry message to Guterres: We do not need UNAMI.. Describe your belongings and leave

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    [size=52]Al-Sudani's angry message to Guterres: We do not need UNAMI.. Describe your belongings and leave[/size]

    [size=45]Today, Friday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani renewed his demand to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, to end the mission of the “UNAMI” mission in Iraq, while setting December 31, 2025, as the date for conclusively ending the mission’s work. Al-Sudani reviewed in his letter to Guterres, observations The government is working on the work of the “strategic review team” associated with the Security Council, including consultation with unofficial bodies. The Prime Minister also expressed his “regret” at what was stated in the team’s latest report, indicating that he did not differentiate between the point of view of the government that represents the people and the point of view of the parties. “Unofficial” represent their personal opinions, stressing that the mission’s work during its remaining time in Iraq will be limited to completing its work “only” in the files of economic reform, service provision, sustainable development, and climate change, and completing the liquidation and implementing responsible closure procedures during the year 2025.[/size]
    [size=45]At the end of last April, the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) published a lengthy report to evaluate its work over the 20 years since the fall of Saddam Hussein, concluding it with a set of recommendations about the current situation of the country and the threats that still exist, in response to a request submitted by the government. The Iraqi government began “reducing” the work of the United Nations mission to end its work within two years. The work was based on extensive consultations that even included the State of Kuwait, and it did not rule out the establishment of an “alternative regional center” in the Gulf within this context.[/size]
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