Abadi office: quadripartite agreement is not a substitute for international 10/9
Abadi office: the quadripartite agreement is not a substitute for the international coalition and Iraq will not be with any axis
Saad al-Hadithi media spokesman's office said the prime minister, that the quadripartite agreement is not a substitute for the international coalition, noting that "Iraq will not be with any axis in the region."
He said Sabri told all of Iraq [where] that "the agreement, which happened recently between Iraq and Russia, Syria and Iran to create the security and intelligence cooperation center, not an alliance to launch military operations on the ground," noting that "this agreement in the way of implementation of this cooperation is essential for the completion of the intelligence effort of the Iraqi to enhance the ability of combat."
He added that" the international coalition tasks largest of intelligence cell functions, "explaining that" intelligence cell enhance and complement the international coalition effort and not a substitute for, nor intersection are even assign for his efforts, "noting that" the information that may be obtained Iraqi military command will be an important factor in strengthening the international community's efforts to fight Daash gangs."
He said Sabri that" Iraq since the first day of the formation of the government wanted to open up to all the regional countries and the neighboring countries and tried to send a message to everyone that he is not part of the polar policy or axes, "explaining that" Iraq does not want to to be differences of regional international or negative impact on the relations with the countries of the world."
He added that" Iraq has the interests of relations with the countries of the world it is necessary to coordinate with them in order to avoid the threat of terrorism, and freedom in Iraq, the establishment of communication with countries that are willing to support Iraq's security and intelligence because Iraq wants Lines take advantage of the atmosphere of international understanding and consensus to strengthen its ability to fight Daash".