Mladenov: resolving differences with Erbil and absorb the year are important steps to reform Iraq


Mladenov: resolving differences with Erbil and absorb the year are important steps to reform Iraq

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Follow-up – Iraq Press – November 21: Representative of the Secretary-General said the United Nations in Iraq, Nikolay Mladenov, on Friday, to resolve differences with the Kurdistan region and the involvement of Sunni Arabs in the political process, an important step in the reform process in Iraq.
He said in a televised statement: “The United Nations is following the march of reforms in the new Iraqi government, which began by resolving disputes with the Kurdistan region, and the absorption of Sunni Arabs in the political process, and there are reforms in the armed forces file to fight corruption.”
Mladenov and added: “The United Nations monitors the Iraqi government’s attempts to connect with the Arabs / year /, and involvement in government and provide guarantees for them to participate in the future to protect themselves and their areas of National Guard troops.”
The Iraqi government has begun the process of steps to resolve the differences with the Kurdistan region through more than $ 500 million conversion of a private salaries provincial officials, in exchange for delivery of the region 150 000 barrels of oil a day to the center, in addition to other steps involving tribes in the western region with the security forces to fight al Daash. Q ended. P.
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