Jaafari called for the world to help Iraq to reduce the time to eliminate terrorism

Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari stressed the need for the international community has a responsibility to help Iraq to reduce the elimination of terrorists Daash time.
Said a Foreign Ministry statement, received by the agency [where] a copy of it: "The Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari search, during a meeting with the Foreign Minister of Albania Dittmer Bocati on the sidelines of meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, the bilateral relations between Iraq and Albania and ways of developing them to serve the interests of the two friendly countries .
The statement added: "The minister al-Jaafari said Iraq's openness to all countries of the world to share common interests and face common dangers base." said al-Jaafari, according to the statement: "that Iraq fighting a war against Daash terrorist gangs that its members came from more than 80 countries and this means that Iraq is fighting in defense of himself and on behalf of the whole world, so the international community should stand on our side. "He stressed:" Iraq is not seen for the countries of the world by terrorists who came and joined Daash but by the peoples of the world that stand and support the Iraqi people, pointing to the need providing support and assistance to Iraq to eliminate terrorism and establish security in addition to providing humanitarian assistance to the displaced people to alleviate their suffering. For his part, Foreign Affairs of Albania Minister Dittmer Bocati that "his country supports Iraq in the fight against terrorism and supports the reforms carried out by the Iraqi government, expressing his country's desire in coordination with Iraq in the face of terrorism, especially since his country is one of the first countries that supplied Iraq weapons within the international coalition and NATO support for Iraq alliance against terrorists Daash, noting that his country embarked on a body of law to prevent terrorism and promote tolerance and peaceful coexistence, according to Albaan.