Maliki will meet Anbar tribes and warns of the division of Iraq after Daash


Monday, February 22, 2016 13:56

 

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
He warned the president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, of dividing Iraq in the “post-Daash” schemes, as called for support of the tribes of Anbarprovince “of those who stood against terrorist gangs and provided support and support to the people of the popular crowd and the armed forces”, as demanded by institutions State to create all favorable conditions for the return of the displaced to their areas.

Maliki’s office said in a statement received Alsumaria News, a copy of which, “The First Vice President of the Republic, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki received at his office today, a delegation from the tribes of Anbar province During the meeting, research in the conditions of the province after it has been cleared of terrorist gangs and the role of tribes in support of troops security and contribute to the return of displaced families. “He said al-Maliki, according to the statement, “The tribes have always been the key factor in preserving the unity of the country”, warning of “enemies schemes aimed at dividing Iraq through agendas that are being planned to be the second stage and page after Daash phase”, stressing the need to “voice of everyone rises to reject these evil attempts and addressed aggressively.Maliki and called for “support for the families of the province of those who stood against terrorist gangs and provided support and support to the people of the popular crowd and the armed forces,” and urged “the state institutions to create all favorable conditions for the return of the displaced to their areas.”The statement pointed out that “the tribal leaders have thanked the attention of the Vice President in Anbar province, stressing their willingness to unite in order to fight terrorism and to contribute to the restoration of stability to the province.”

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