Abadi and Putin discuss Russian armament to Iraq

Brother - Baghdad - Search Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, with Russian President Vladimir Putin "risk" Chechen fighters who joined the organization "Daash" Russian armament to Iraq, while Putin expressed Russia's full support for Iraq in its war against terrorism.

Information Office of Ebadi said in a statement received for News Agency (et) a copy of it, that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations meeting President, Vladimir Putin," noting that "During the meeting, they discussed the situation in the region and to promote bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields and the war on terror Daash Russian and arming of Iraq gangs."

The statement said that it "was also addressed to the danger of Chechen fighters who joined the gangs Daash which represents a common threat to Iraq and Russia, in addition to strengthening bilateral relations in the area of intelligence and security and the development of relations in the field of economy and on energy."

He showed Putin, "Russia's support for the full Iraq in its war against terrorism, in addition to the continued support of Russia to invest in Iraq, especially in the field of energy," adding, according to the statement, that "Russia's effort in Syria focus on the fight against Daash as they help Iraq in the armament to fight these gangs."

Abadi, in turn, stressed "the importance that Taatzafar all international efforts, including the Russia with Iraq to fight gangs Daash because it represents a real world and the region as a threat."

This meeting comes on the sidelines of meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations to be held in New York state of America.