Ruudau – Erbil
The Secretary-General of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, Mahdi al-Alaq, said Tuesday that the conference in Brussels on the province of Nineveh represents a response by the European Union and the European Parliament to focus on the future of Mosul after the stage of urging.
“We will discuss the support of the stabilization process in coordination with the international community, pointing out that Iraq needs support because it has provided thousands of martyrs and the entire cities have been destroyed,” al-Alak said in a statement.
He added that “the process of support provided by the European Union and other countries reflect the reality of cooperation between Iraq and those countries.”
He pointed out that “we will focus in the conference the issue of transitional justice and accountability of people who have joined the ranks of Dahesh, as there is in the corridors of the conference issue of population diversity in the province and this is a fundamental issue for us.”
“There is a high coordination between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Region on three main aspects: the completion of the liberation of Mosul and a desperate ending in the province of Nineveh, and support the stabilization processes through the provision of services and conditions, and urged the displaced to return to their areas.
And on the request to transfer the Sinjar district to the province, said the Secretary-General of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, “The issue of this issue premature, where it is important to achieve the basic steps, the future of the regions needs quiet discussions.”
He also explained that “the Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider Abadi on his last visit to Erbil, agreed with the President of the Kurdistan Region Massoud to address the situation of Sinjar correctly.”
And started the work of a conference on “Nineveh province after the stage of urging” in Brussels, the Belgian capital, with the participation of a delegation from the Kurdistan Region.
Editing: آزاد جمكاري