Shaways consult with Shalgam for the success of The National Conference .. And meets with head of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Baghdad


1/11/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - Baghdad (news) Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Nouri Shaways Rose, Naji Ahmed Shalgham Chairman of the Arab League mission in Baghdad, the political movement in Iraq and the ongoing efforts to unify the visions of all the political blocs for the success of National Conference. A statement of the Office of Shaways received Agency (news) a copy of it on Wednesday: that the meeting included discussion and consultation in the political situation in Iraq and the region, and reviewed the Deputy Prime Minister, the political movement under way in Iraq, and efforts to unify the visions of all the political blocs for the success of the National Convention and end the crisis. The statement added that the talks dealt with the issue of convening the Arab Summit in Baghdad and to agree on the need for joint action in order to be held on schedule, said Shalgham to the Arab League to support those efforts. Separately, received Dr. Rose Nuri Shaways, Ambassador Hamid Ali Mohamed Eltinay head of the Organization of Islamic cooperation in Baghdad. According to a statement from the Media Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the meeting reviewed the efforts by the Organization in Iraq, said ELTINAY to: that the organization has adopted a humanitarian project to help children and the disabled Alakhash and displaced through different aid them in cooperation with the United Nations and civil society organizations, local and international, referring to a support request, Deputy Prime Minister through the presentation of the project to the Committee of the International Partnership. have been considered the Mecca Document, put the ambassador the possibility of convening a meeting of the Organization of Islamic cooperation in Baghdad in order to activate This important document. ELTINAY said: that the office of the strenuous efforts to expand its activities in Iraq and the Islamic countries.




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