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    Plasschaert sends a message on the occasion of the end of her term: I was touched by the hospitality

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    [size=52]Plasschaert sends a message on the occasion of the end of her term: I was touched by the hospitality of the Iraqi people[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Tuesday, the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq published a message from the head of the mission, Jeanine Plasschaert, on the occasion of the end of her term of office, noting that some of the criticism directed at the “UNAMI” mission was justified, and others were based on wrong perceptions about who we are.[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the United Nations Mission, Jeanine Plasschaert, said in a statement received by Al-Mada: “As my term as Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq approaches its end, I would like to express my deep gratitude and appreciation to all Iraqis, especially those I have met and worked with.” .[/size]
    [size=45]She explained, “Over the past five years, I have been repeatedly touched by the generosity and hospitality of a people who never deviated from their traditions of welcoming a stranger or helping the needy, even if it was at the expense of their comfort or time. I learned a lot from listening to Iraqi women and men as they recounted their history with pride.” . Pointing out, “Although many faced serious challenges, optimism for the coming days was always bright. They welcomed me and my other colleagues at the United Nations in their cities and homes, and invited us to join them in a meal or event, and they did not miss an opportunity to highlight Iraq’s rich culture and enormous beauty. Across the country, including the Kurdistan Region, countless people of all ages spontaneously shared, time and again, their hopes and aspirations. “I will never forget any of them.”[/size]
    [size=45]She added, “I also really appreciate the professional meetings and discussions we had with a large group of partners. From civil society representatives, academics, tribal leaders and religious leaders to local authorities, governorate authorities, national authorities, judges, security officials and politicians. Needless to say, their opinions and perspectives have taught us a lot and guided our work. Some of these meetings included people putting aside everyday differences to find solutions at critical junctures for Iraq. All these interactions left an indelible impact on me, and of course I cannot overstate our gratitude to the various agencies of the Iraqi government that facilitated our work, through tireless efforts, and protected United Nations staff and operations.[/size]
    [size=45]She continued, “None of this means that the United Nations has been immune to criticism – some of which was justified, and some of which was simply based on false perceptions about who we are, and what we can and cannot do. But talking to those who understand the organization's values ​​and what it stands for has been very fruitful. As I have said many times, the United Nations does not have a magic wand. In the end. The balance between conflict and peace, or poverty and prosperity, depends on the political will of countries. But if we can make a difference in people's lives, it's worth stepping up and keeping trying. Ultimately, the United Nations has one major priority at its core: promoting peace and prosperity for all – regardless of affiliation, religion, background or race.”[/size]
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