[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari during a meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie BishopIraq looks to support the largest of the international coalition, Australia plans to help him five million dollarsAuthor: HH, NS
editor: HH, NS 4.2.2016 10:31 Number of Views: 546
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said Thursday that Iraq is looking forward to greater support from the international coalition countries, and stressed the need to intensify efforts to eliminate regulation (Daash), and as pointed Secretary of State Australian Julie Bishop that her country intends to assist Iraq in the amount of five million dollars, expressed welcome appoint a new ambassador to Iraq in the Australian capital Canberra.
He said Foreign Minister Ibrahim Jaafari's office said in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, "the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on the sidelines of the international coalition meetings against gangs (Daash) terrorist," noting that "During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and regional and international issues of mutual interest. "
The statement quoted al-Jaafari, praising "the positions of Australia's support for Iraq in its war on gangs (Daash) terrorist through its role in the international coalition and provided humanitarian assistance," he said, adding that "Iraq depends strategic stand against terrorism in the strengthening of bilateral relations with the countries of the world ".
He said al-Jaafari, that "Iraq is looking forward to greater support from the international coalition countries," stressing the need to "intensify efforts to eliminate gangs (Daash) terrorist and achieve security and stability", in advance at the same time, thanks to "the Coalition to support the liberalization of Ramadi ".
For her part, Secretary of State Australian Julie Bishop during the statement, "her country's continued support for Iraq until the security situation in the general areas of Iraq has improved and will be presented at the London conference to help Iraq's five million dollars, it allocates million dollars, including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)", expressing welcome, "the appointment of a new ambassador to Iraq in Canberra."
The Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari confirmed Wednesday the (3 February 2016), the year 2016 will be crucial for the Liberation of Iraq's cities from the control of the organization (Daash), and suggested setting up to train security forces, center, and as pointed out that the liberalization of the city of Mosul depends on the participation of troops Iraqi armed and the international coalition and to provide weapons, he stressed that Iraq will continue in partnership with the international coalition even after output (Daash) from its territory.
The contract, on Tuesday, the (2 February 2016), the meeting of the international coalition in the Italian capital, Rome, in the presence of US Secretary of State, John Kerry, and with the participation of the coalition parties namely Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Britain, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, the European Union, France, Germany, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and the presence of observers from the United Nations.
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, a student, in the (January 30, 2016), more support for the elimination of the organization (Daash) and help the displaced and the reconstruction of liberated cities, and stressed that the support "is not commensurate with the magnitude of the challenges facing Iraq," while calling United Nations to play a greater role in easing tensions in the region, pledged UNAMI Head of Mission to discuss increased aid for Iraq through the international Alliance meeting to be held in the Italian capital Rome on the second of next February.