Parliamentary Foreign Affairs calls for a conference to discuss international peace and return the balance of the area[/ltr]
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Search chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, the parliamentary Hassan Chuird with the British ambassador to Baghdad, relations between the two countries and the war on Daash Turkish presence on Iraqi soil.
A statement from the Office of the Attorney Hassan Chuird received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "Chuird discussed with Ambassador Frank Baker on Thursday, at the headquarters of the House of Representatives, the strengthening of Iraq's relations with the Arab Ocean and re influential role in the region, as the two sides discussed victories recently the Iraqi army. "
He called Haudhr guest ambassador, according to the statement, to "support national reconciliation efforts and internal harmony in the country and put pressure on Turkey to withdraw its troops from Iraq."
The statement quoted the British ambassador, saying, "The challenges facing the country at the current stage and most important economy and reconciliation, and that the military operations of the Iraqi army and successful presence in Iraq Daash matter of time.
He called Ambassador Baker, to "support the decentralization in the country and prevent foreign intervention."
He called Haudhr, according to the statement, to "the establishment of a regional conference of the United Nations and Member States in the presence of the Security Council in order to get out resolute decisions towards international peace and return the balance to the region," .anthy
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