Jubouri in a meeting on the Diyala: It's time to end the problems of the province
Jubouri in a meeting on the Diyala: It's time to end the problems of the province to be a springboard for the stability of Iraq
10/29/2015 0 Comments
Chaired by House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, in his office, Wednesday evening, however a meeting of the ministers of defense and interior and the head of the security and defense committee in Parliament and the leader of the Tigris operations and the commander of the fifth division and commander of the Diyala police in addition to the House of Representatives members from Diyala province, the local government has.
A statement by his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "During the meeting, the discussion of the problems of the province of Diyala and accurate and thorough and realistic solutions and fast to these problems, especially the security file and speed up the resolution of return of displaced persons to their areas file and the need to set time timing of for the completion of this file, as well as to discuss the issue of Mukhisa village and the need to find pragmatic solutions to this problem. "
The al-Jubouri, according to the statement that "the time has come to end all the problems of the Diyala," noting that "the House of Representatives each mass ready to put all its potentials in order to end these problems."
He continued, "The support of the security forces and strengthening is the only way to stabilize security in the province, as he thanked all the attendance of executive and legislative bodies and the United Nations for having accepted this invitation great interest in Diyala province, the serious and the desire they have displayed in dealing with this issue."
Speaker of the House, "also called on all national parties and religious authorities to support these efforts in order to be a springboard for the liberation of Iraq from Conception terrorism and restore security and stability to its lands."
This was attended by representative of the secretary-world and the United Nations in Iraq, George Post .