Jubouri keen Parliament to give full support to the Red Cross mission in Iraq

The head of parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, the keenness of the House of Representatives to provide full support to the mission of the Red Cross in Iraq, while pointing out the importance of the adoption of conventions and laws, legislation that would remove obstacles to the work of the mission.

Jubouri said Office in a statement received / scales News / copy of it, "House Speaker Salim al-received, yesterday, the President of the Red Cross mission in Iraq, Patrick Joseph," noting that "the meeting reviewed the work of the mission in Iraq and its role in the provision of humanitarian aid and supplies relief and basic health care for the displaced and returnees to the liberated areas from the control of terrorism. " The al-Jubouri, according to the statement, "the House of Representatives was keen to provide full support to the Mission and the creation of legal frameworks through the legislation of laws and the adoption of conventions that will overcome the obstacles to the work of the mission."

The Office said that "the two sides also discussed ways of coordination between the international mission and the authorities concerned to facilitate the task especially with regard to the conditions of follow-up reviews in Iraqi prisons." For his part, the price of Joseph, "the role of Parliament in support of the mission tasks in the country, and the importance of passing legislation to overcome the obstacles encountered in their work" .