Parliamentary Foreign Affairs: We have agreed with al-Jaafari to carry out radical reforms in the ministry

He said the Foreign Relations Committee member Razak al-Haidari, said that his committee had agreed with Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, that "there are serious and radical reforms in the ministry and its work."
He said al-Haidari, told all of Iraq [where], that "the agreed generally with the minister that there is a serious and radical reforms in the ministry and its work, and we had information on some of the characters have been delivered to the minister," explaining, "We do not want that there should be an injustice to certain personal in a particular site as much as we seek to reform that is built on the foundations of scientific and useful for the country in general. "
He added that "the Committee met with the minister and pressed toward that there should be reforms in the ministry, even before they occur and demonstrations demanding reforms in general we demanded that there be a serious work of the performance of the ministry."
He said al-Haidari said that "the problems that were there said the ministry in a sleep state, so the changes are very necessary, such as a change from state to state or dismissal or from one location to another, all of these issues should be useful to the ministry and performance grounds, and this agreed with The minister ".
The Foreign Relations Committee, revealed yesterday, the existence of a plan to close the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iraq Embassies abroad with reducing diplomatic missions.
Said committee member Abbas al-Bayati, for [where], "There are reforms in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with regard to embassies and diplomatic missions and Hdnna in the last Committee with the foreign minister meeting on the need to close a number of embassies that Atail of survival and cost the state a lot of money with the need to work Baltrchiq in embassy because the one in which employees more than it should. "
"As the ministry plan for reform in terms of number of embassies and individuals where," referring to "the existence of a private in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Committee began assessment missions and individuals and elements for sorting and limbering toward downsizing."
The State Department announced last Thursday re-distribution of Iraq's ambassadors abroad.
He said ministry spokesman Ahmed Gamal said in a statement received [where] a copy of it, that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has, in coordination with the Presidency and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the process of re-distribution of the masters of ambassadors to most of Iraq missions abroad circuits ministry center, based on the recommendations of the committee formed by Foreign Minister two months ago for this purpose. "
He added that "this redistribution process took into account to assess the work of the missions and the need for the ministry center, in addition to the necessities of the development of Iraq's foreign relations and its openness positive on the various countries of the region and the world, and strengthen its role in all international organizations and forums in the interests of his people and supports his government" .anthy