During a meeting with Assistant Ban Ki-moon Jubouri confirms: solving security problems in Iraq needs political reforms


Baghdad / follow-up justice – 10/29/2014 – 1:33 | Hits: 27

Search House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, yesterday Monday, with Jan Eliasson, Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, developments in the Iraqi reality, especially the humanitarian situation and the suffering of the displaced people within Iraq by the military operations and violence witnessed in a number of provinces.

He Jubouri said in a statement to parliament quoted by the agency {Euphrates News} yesterday, “the importance of increasing international support for Iraq and especially relief to the displaced in an emergency before the onset of winter,” stressing that “the security problem in Iraq lies in the proliferation of weapons outside state institutions, whether this weapon, however Daash or extremist militias and arms limitation, however, is the guarantor of the state to dissolve a large part of the problem is safe. “
He stressed that the people of the areas under the control of the Daash ready to expel the terror of their areas if there is real support for them.
The statement continued that “Eliasson feet from his congratulations to Jabouri assuming the functions of the presidency of the parliament, stressing the unique role that al-Jubouri play in the success of the democratic process in Iraq, and expressed full readiness to do all the support and backing of Iraq, especially in the field of relief to the displaced and is determined to take a tour of the countries neighboring Iraq and the region in order to support necessary to mobilize relief to the displaced. “

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