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    Ministers "Banolex" The delegation met with al-Abadi visited the Kurdistan region

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    Ministers "Banolex" The delegation met with al-Abadi visited the Kurdistan region


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    A delegation from the three European countries conducted a visit to Iraq where he met with Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, in addition to meeting with President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani. The EU delegation signed two memoranda of understanding with the Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari. 
    And it arrived consisting of external Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands and the ministers of the delegation, to Baghdad on Sunday and met with al - Jaafari and al - Abadi, then left to the Kurdistan region. 
    A statement by the Foreign Ministry, received (range) copy of it, "Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari met with foreign European Alpinolex Group of Ministers headed by external Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Cylburn, and membership of the Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Raanders, Foreign Minister of the Netherlands Bert Konders in his office in Baghdad." 
    The search parties, according to the statement, the Iraqi - European relations, opportunities for upgrading in various fields to serve the interests of everyone, also discussed regional issues and international issues of common interest. 
    And the transfer of foreign ministry statement from al - Jaafari as saying that "Europe played an important role in supporting Iraq in the conditions experienced by through its support for Iraq from military and security angle in the face Daesh and terrorism, and providing various logistical assistance, training, as well as the European support for Iraq in the corridors of the United Nations which reached the size of 488 votes. " 
    The foreign minister called for " the need to communicate in providing aid , especially that Iraq is approaching the liberation of the entire land, and the rebuilding and reconstruction of the areas requiring aid process." 
    The Jaafari said "Iraq Egypt that goes on in the democratic political process, and the establishment of the state base on justice, and establishing security, and respect for the ingredients and he will spend with his brothers in the region and his friends in all countries of the world in establishing the state database, and security and a strong economy, and we look forward to be helpers real support for Iraq. " 
    For his part , said Luxembourg Foreign Minister , "if there is a state worthy of the support it is Iraq, and we believe that the stability of the region depends on the stability of Iraq , " noting that " The EU supports Iraq in its war against Daesh terrorist gangs." 
    At the conclusion of the meeting it was signed "al - Jaafari and Foreign Minister of Luxembourg Jean Cylburn Minister and Foreign Minister of the Netherlands Bert Konders separately memorandum of understanding includes cooperation and political coordination in international forums , in addition to activating the relations in various fields." 
    The EU delegation held an inspection tour in the camps for displaced people within the province of Kurdistan. The EU delegation held a meeting with the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Prime Minister, Nechirvan Barzani, and his deputy , Qubad Talabani. 
    Barzani said during a joint conference I followed (term), "your visit to Kurdistan at this time evidence of the support and the support of the Kurdistan Region and Iraq in general , whether in the face of terrorism or to provide humanitarian aid for displaced people who went to the Kurdistan region." 
    In a related context, Saad al - Sabri, a spokesman for the prime minister 's office said, " The meeting EU foreign ministers with Prime Minister falls within the framework of bilateral relations with these countries and their active role in supporting Iraq at the military level, training and rehabilitation , which provides the Iraqi forces on the various configurations ". 
    He said Sabri, in an interview (long - Presse), " The meeting discussed the efforts of European countries to help Iraq in the current and the next stage in regard to the liberated areas and the restoration of stability, these countries have experienced a level of reconstruction and investment." 
    Meanwhile, Hassan Chuird, a member of the Committee on Foreign parliamentary relations , said for (long - Presse), "We welcome the visit of Foreign Affairs to contribute to the European countries and ministers of the help and support Iraq in its war against Daesh, as we consider a success for the Iraqi government and diplomacy." 
    He Chuird "Today , a large international effort supportive of Iraq in its war against Daesh, so the visit to these countries and help them and their work to be close to Iraq is a success for Iraq because it gives an important impetus for fighters and Iraqis in general."
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