Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari during a meeting with Arab ambassadors in Tunis
editor: HH, NS 2.20.2016 12:08 Number of Views: 143
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said on Saturday that Iraq "does not need the people of the Arab countries to fight on its territory," and as he pointed out that facing the organization (Daash) in defense of himself and on behalf of the whole world, called on all countries to "stand united to fight terrorism ".
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 on the sidelines of his visit in Tunisia, ambassadors of Arab and representatives of diplomatic missions accredited in Tunisia," noting that "The meeting reviewed the overall developments in the Arab, regional and international arena and to support efforts to ease the tension in the whole region. "
The al-Jaafari, according to the statement, the need for "further efforts and coordination among Arab countries to counter attempts to aggravate relations between the Arab peoples and create an atmosphere of tension and divide the Arab ranks," adding that "Iraq faces terrorists (Daash) who came from more than 100 countries from around the world in defense of himself and on behalf of the whole world. "
He said al-Jaafari, that "Iraq does not need to tell your children to fight on its territory", pointing out that the "Sons of Iraq registered big wins and liberate Iraqi land from the control of gangs (Daash terrorist)".
He said the Foreign Minister, "We do not judge the country by terrorists Alhmaz joined the ranks of the gangs (Daash terrorist)," but he also said, "but we judge them by siding with Iraq, support, and assistance in various fields."
He called on al-Jaafari, all countries to "stand united to fight terrorism and to support any country exposed to terrorist challenges."
The Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, arrived on Tuesday (the 16th of February 2016), to Tunisia on an official visit lasting several days, to meet with Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, the head of the Tunisian government Habib Essid, and the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two countries to cooperate in various fields.
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