UN policy urges Baghdad and Erbil to resume dialogue “without external interference”


 

UN urges Baghdad, Erbil to resume dialogue "without external interference"
 Twilight News    
 12 minutes ago

The United Nations is working to prevent the development of tensions between Baghdad and Erbil and to find a common basis for a constructive dialogue that will prevent interference by external parties in this problem, UN Special Envoy to Iraq Jan Kubic said.
This came during a meeting of the Security Council of the Kurdistan Region Councilor pleased Barzani, on Wednesday, the envoy Kubic, and discussed the latest developments in the political situation in Iraq and reactions to actions following the referendum of Kurdistan.
A statement by the Kurdistan Security Council, Barzani described the reactions of Baghdad after the referendum in large amounts and unconstitutional, noting that the people of Kurdistan took a step democratic and constitutional to express his will.
He stressed that the referendum was a step to address the problems that have not been resolved through all other ways, stressing that the Kurdistan region before the referendum and then left the doors of dialogue open and wants to step to achieve the will of the people of Kurdistan through peaceful means.
For his part, Kubic said that the United Nations wants before any step to prevent the development of tensions and find a common basis for a constructive dialogue between Erbil and Baghdad and to prevent interference by foreign parties in this problem, stressing the role of the United Nations, which intends to urge the two sides (Arbil and Baghdad) On tensions and speed up dialogue.

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/a577035e-3df4-4b17-a2d9-a4dfb82560cd

 

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