Jaafari to his Algerian counterpart: External attempts to push Iraq into battle
Jaafari to his Algerian counterpart: External attempts to push Iraq into sectarian battle
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said in a meeting with his Algerian counterpart Ramtane Lamamra said there were "attempts from abroad to push Iraq into sectarian battle."
A statement by the Iraqi foreign minister received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that al-Jaafari met with his Algerian counterpart "on the sidelines of meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, and discussed bilateral relations and ways to upgrade them to meet the ambition of the two brotherly peoples as well as discuss issues of concern political and security issues common two sides exchanged call an official visit from both countries.
"The al-Jaafari, according to the statement, that" what in Iraq was not a civil war and sectarian fighting but is a war the Iraqis fought by various spectrum against Daash terrorist gangs that its members came from more than 100 countries.
"He said "Iraq fumbles his ordeal with others and going through exceptional circumstances but, unfortunately, the world has not kept pace with the plight of Iraq," noting that "a variety of government the diversity of Iraq and there is a will and genuine national and participate in building the country."
He added, "there was a counter action at home and abroad, the largest of the overseas home to derail the new Iraqi experiment and try some of the parties that play on the binaries to stir up sedition and there insistence by some countries to push Iraq into sectarian battle and we assure that there is no culture of the other rejected on a sectarian basis.
"He said al-Jaafari, saying: Last year we met here and heard promises good by coalition countries, and we have a message our needs and our terms of assistance between last year to now Alliance helped but shy help.
"For his part, Algerian Foreign Minister his country's position supporter of Iraq and their interest in the exit of Iraq from its ordeal, stressing the importance of developing bilateral relations between the two countries.