Maliki, a delegation from the province of Nineveh: will I compromise the unity of Iraq
Monday, January 19 / 1 December 2011 17:07

[Baghdad - where]
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during a meeting with a delegation from the province of Nineveh, he "would not compromise the unity of Iraq" and called on all Iraqis to uphold national unity after the great national achievement that has been the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country.

A statement by Maliki's office and the agency has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Monday that
"al-Maliki met with a delegation from the province of Nineveh, and was in the meeting discussing the recent internal developments in the country."
The statement quoted Maliki reaffirmed
"the importance of referring to the constitution to resolve all differences and the need to state their commitment to the national jurisdiction of the central government, the sovereignty and security, foreign relations and national wealth."
Maliki briefed the delegation on the "What the government seeks to develop the Iraqi economy and infrastructure and provide services for the whole people."
The members of the delegation of the province of Nineveh, according to the statement of "support the efforts of the government to maintain national unity and the application of the law and the constitution and to achieve the ambitions and aspirations of the Iraqi people," emphasizing "their rejection of anything that would disrupt the unity of Iraq and Iraqis."
And praised the "great accomplishment achieved and of the total withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country."
The claim form regions have increased in recent times by some of the provinces, as decided by both the province of Salahuddin and Diyala announcement Mhafeztehma provinces, there are also hints of some politicians belonging to the province of Nineveh and Anbar to declare the two provinces provinces separately.