Iraq asks South Korea to provide him with weapons 10/1/2015
Iraq asks South Korea to provide him with weapons
BAGHDAD / Obelisk: Request Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, Thursday, from South Korea to provide Iraq with arms, in what was described international support for Iraq in the security and humanitarian side, and by the reconstruction as "timid". Jaafari said in a statement issued today, after a meeting with South Korean Foreign Minister Yoon Byung Se on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly meetings in New York seen by "obelisk", that "Iraq is keen to strengthen relations with Pyongyang through the exchange of common interests between the two countries and face Shared risk, "adding that" terrorism poses the first challenge in Iraq, and that the Iraqis are determined to end his existence completely.
" Jaafari stressed that "the Iraqi armed forces have made significant progress in its war against Daash terrorist gangs," noting that "Daash elements come from more than 100 countries; so we assume Responsibility for fighting in defense of our country, fighting on behalf of the world, and we hope from South Korea to increase their support and supplying Iraq with weapons. "
He added that "gangs Daash terrorist caused the displacement of a large number of families to other areas safe away from Daash; which the international community should contribute to lifting the suffering of the displaced people," explaining that "nations pledged last year to provide three types of support: security support, and support through the provision of humanitarian service and humanitarian assistance, and the third is to support the infrastructure of cities liberated building Tohlleha citizens to return to it, but the support was shy and did not have the required level."
For his part, Foreign Minister of South Korea for "understanding of Korea, the situation in Iraq and its willingness to provide assistance in many areas," pointing out that "Pyongyang made in relation to humanitarian assistance to Iraq, and military aid, and we seek to expand this cooperation to many other areas , and we will continue your support in the field of energy and infrastructure, "according to the statement.
Jaafari met on Thursday (1 October 2015), his Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz and invited him to Vienna to open an embassy in Baghdad, while Curtis confirmed his country's commitment to provide humanitarian aid to Iraq.