Emir Qatar-the cases of Iraq/Yemen confirms that presence of militias means civil war
Emir of Qatar: the cases of Iraq and Yemen confirms that the presence of militias means civil war
BAGHDAD - News Today - Said the Emir of Qatar Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, on Monday, that the cases of Iraq and Yemen confirms that "the existence of militias," outside the legitimacy of the state means "civil war," while the United Nations General Assembly called for cooperation to impose a "political solution" in Syria.
He said Al-Thani, in a speech today before the General Assembly of the United Nations and pursued Agency News today, said that "the absence of international consensus has hampered resolve important international issues and the conflict in the Middle East is always a threat to international peace and security", stressing that "can not be put off resolving the issue Palestinian generation is coming, and there is no Israeli partner for a just peace with the Palestinians now. "
Al-Thani added that "the international community to stop the massacres of the Syrian regime in a timely manner Syrian people subjected to genocide and the displacement of the system," calling on the General Assembly to "cooperation to impose a political solution in Syria, where the conflict in Syria turned to genocide and the displacement of mass of the population."
Emir of Qatar, and added that "the cases of Iraq and Yemen confirms that militias outside the legitimacy of the state means a civil war," pointing out that "the differences between Iran and Qatar are political, not sectarian".