CTC will conclude her visit to Iraq and stresses: He was to visit three goals



Bgdad_abar today - Concluded the Executive Directorate of the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the United Nations Security Council on Friday, it had to Iraq, and while confirming that the visit had three main objectives, stressed the importance of a comprehensive strategy to combat "terrorism" include the development of legislation and law enforcement and the fight against extremism.

The Directorate in a statement received, the agency news today, a copy of it, he was "in the framework of our determination to support Iraq's efforts to combat terrorism and the threat posed by terrorist groups including the organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, was concluded by the Executive Directorate of the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the United Nations, yesterday evening , an assessment visit to the country that lasted for three days "

She added that he "had to visit three main objectives. The first is to assess Iraq's compliance with anti-terrorist measures set out in the relevant Security Council resolutions, including measures designed to stem the flow of foreign terrorists fighters across the borders of states, and adopted by the Security Council at its summit held in September 2014" , indicating that "The second objective is to develop a road map which defines a set of recommendations on measures to be taken against Iraq in order to fight terrorism effectively in line with the best international standards, laws and practices applicable in this regard."

According to the Directorate, "The third goal is to identify the areas that benefit the Iraq upon receipt of technical assistance aimed at enhancing its capabilities in the field of anti-terrorism", adding that "Resolution 1373 (2001) adopted under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations deals with risks threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts, while the resolution calls for 1624 (2005) on Member States to promote dialogue and to take all necessary measures to combat inflammatory activities of terrorist acts promoted by the motives of extremism and intolerance."

It said "The resolution 2178 (2014) aims to stop the flow of foreign terrorists fighters across the borders of nations," pointing out that "this is the official mission by the delegation to Iraq, which emphasized the importance of a comprehensive and integrated approach to counter terrorism in accordance with the principles of the rule of law, including Human Rights, accomplished by working with various high-level officials and through meetings with experts from various ministries, departments and agencies."

He explained that "the delegation stressed that in addition to the adoption of military means and means of law enforcement to defeat terrorism, must also engage in building with local communities dialogue to achieve that end," adding that he "was the visit to organize in close cooperation with the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) , and the head of the delegation John Paul Laborde Secretary-General of the United Nations Assistant Executive Director of the Executive Directorate of the Counter-Terrorism Committee."

Directorate showed that "the delegation included the experts in the field of counter-terrorism Executive Directorate of the Counter-Terrorism Committee, who stressed the importance of a comprehensive strategy to combat terrorism, including the development of legislation and law enforcement and the fight against violent extremism."

Iraq has been an extraordinary security situation, as military operations continue to expel the organization "Daash" of areas where the spread, as the international coalition carried out air strikes targeting the organization sites in different parts of those provinces expect dead and wounded in the ranks of the organization.


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