Twilight News / praised US Ambassador Stuart Jones with the participation of Iraq in the international community meeting in support of Syria (ISSG) in Vienna, adding that the presence of the Iraqi delegation headed by Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari is indicative of Iraq’s commitment to end the Syrian conflict through diplomatic means and highlighted the role of Iraq as a regional player essential.
He also praised the Ambassador Jones also, according to a statement of the embassy responded to Twilight News important role that Iraq plays in the fight against Daash, saying, “Through its partnership with the coalition led by the United States, the Iraqi security forces, including the Peshmerga forces and the popular crowd has inflicted defeat Bdaash in Iraq”.
He added that “the recent attacks in Iraq, in addition to Paris, Beirut and Egypt and Ankara attacks have revealed that Daash still poses a threat to the region and the world,” stressing that despite the success of the alliance, which the United States led against Daash, any lasting solution will require reducing the intensity of the conflict in Syria”.
The ambassador went on to say that “the statement of the international community to support Syria after a meeting yesterday in Vienna was an important step forward in order to end the Syrian crisis and reach a political solution under the leadership of Syria.”
At the meeting held in Vienna on November 14 by the International Group discussed the support of Syria and the Arab League, China, Egypt and the European Union, France, Germany, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United States and the UAE and the United Kingdom, the United Nations and the United States, discussed How to speed up an end to the Syrian conflict. Where participants entered into a dialogue in order to build on the progress that has been made in the meeting, which was held on 30 October.
He stressed the international community to support Syria’s members unanimous on the urgent need to put an end to the destruction of Syria and the suffering of the Syrian people and to destabilize the region and the increasing number of terrorists who Astqdobam fighting in Syria.International Group also recognized the support of Syria close interdependence and the need for synchronization between the ceasefire and the transition to a political process on the basis of the Geneva statement in 2012, and that each of the two initiatives is moving forward expeditiously. They stressed their commitment to ensure the political transition planning and management of Syria on the basis of all the policies included in the Geneva statement.