The government will take effective measures to ensure the safety of Chinese personnel
The government will take effective measures to ensure the safety of Chinese personnel in Iraq
12/19/2015 0 Comments
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari announced that the government will take effective measures to ensure the safety of Chinese personnel in Iraq.
Jaafari's announcement came during a meeting yesterday with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on the sidelines of attending the session of the UN Security Council scheduled to be discussed today the Turkish incursion in Iraq.
The news agency said the new Chinese [Xinhua] The Chinese foreign minister stressed that his country "will continue to support national security and economic reconstruction in Iraq."
Wang pointed out that China understands Iraq's legitimate rights in maintaining national security and drive economic reconstruction. "
He said that "China is willing to strengthen high-level exchanges with Iraq to promote bilateral relations" and expressed "hope that Iraq can achieve security of Chinese workers in the country."
For his part, al-Jaafari face thanks for China's assistance to security and reconstruction in Iraq and stressed that Iraq will take effective measures to ensure the safety of Chinese workers.
And by Turkey to send its armed forces into northern Iraq, Jaafari described this deployment as a violation of Iraq's sovereignty and expressed the hope that China supports the convening of an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council to urge Turkey to withdraw its troops from Iraq immediately.
As commented the Chinese foreign minister said that "Iraq's sovereignty and territorial integrity must be respected," he said, adding that "any anti-terrorism activities must be conducted within the framework of international law and in line with the relevant resolutions of the Security Council and, in particular, with the consent of the host country and thus contributing in regional peace and stability ".anthy