Abadi: our meetings in New York was to protect the Iraqis, "the poor"

Brother - Baghdad - Said Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Friday, that a lot of the meetings he held with leaders of the countries and organizations in New York came to protect Iraqis, "the poor" and find a sustainable development provides a decent living for the poor of them, noting that "expand" the economy will provide many job opportunities for them.

Ebadi said in a speech on the sidelines of the conclusion of his visit to New York to attend acting United Nations General Assembly, "We want to create a real work of unemployed citizens, and in the coming years we will have thousands of graduates must create jobs dignified and suitable for them," noting that "it comes through the expansion of the economy, this is what we are seeking."

He said al-Abadi, said that "a lot of our meetings with world leaders in New York, it was in order to help Iraq and to stand with him in the reform package on sustainable development that stands with Hola poor people," adding that "provide daily sustenance for them is not enough, but to find them the source of a decent living for them."