Defense Minister meets with Canadian counterpart his country's support for Iraq
Defense Minister meets with Canadian counterpart his country's support for Iraq in the war on Daash
Roudao - Erbil
Search Iraqi Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, on Sunday, with its Canadian counterpart bilateral relations between the two countries and the support provided by the Canadian Government to the Government and people of Iraq in its war against terrorism.
According to a defense ministry statement seen by Roudao Media Network, he said that "the defense minister Khaled al-Obeidi, received at the ministry's headquarters and Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan and his accompanying delegation," noting that "the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and the support provided by the Canadian Government to the Government and people of Iraq in its war against terrorism".
The statement added that "al-Obeidi said that the visit of Canadian Defense Minister and his accompanying delegation comes at an important time put forward a number of topics on the negotiating table, including the positions of Canada and help support the Government and people of Iraq and all the contributions to the training of Canadian air operations operations have been through", adding that "the defense minister Canadian raised the subject of significant and material and necessary for the post-war and this confirms that they are aware of the spread of this thought and how to treat it. "
He said al-Obeidi to "political, economic and social processors possible to contribute to the eradication of Daash final until after the military war because treatment Daash not militarily, but it also needs to be further action after the war," expressing his "gratitude to the Canadian government for its assistance to Iraq and attitudes positive", He is pointing out that "this visit carry many connotations and messages clear that Iraq is not the only one in this arena against Daash but no friends such as Canada and other countries backed in this war."
For his part, Canadian Defense Minister according to the statement, that "it was discussed during the meeting operations and security developments taking place on the ground and through which we were able to identify the points that have through which Canada's positive role not only as a state but as a partner in the international coalition and through this review will be ours more effective on the ground in the operational side to build a better future for Iraq. "