Sadr and Hakim stresses the sovereignty of Iraq

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Search the cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and the head of the Islamic Supreme Council, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim the most important national issues and the need to support the security forces and supported by all means keep the victories.

A statement issued by Sadr's office received "morning," a copy of it: he was talking on the contribution of those victories in the promotion of national unity and strengthen the unity of Iraq's land and people and to promote love and peaceful coexistence among all the components of Iraqi society were also reviewed during the meeting the crises faced by the country and how the combined all efforts in order to find appropriate solutions contribute to finding a live in freedom and dignity the oppressed Iraqi people, who have suffered and continues to suffer the lack of services and the decline in the standard of living because of the wrong policies.

As al-Hakim's office said in a statement the "morning" received a copy of it: The al-Hakim and al-Sadr "in search of the latter's office in Najaf al-Ashraf developments in the security and political situation in Iraq and the region as well as the victories achieved by the security forces and the popular crowd."

The statement stressed that al-Hakim stressed "the importance of the concerted efforts of everyone to remove Iraq from the current crises and attention to the post-Daash", stressing that "Iraq's unity and move forward firmly reforms and invest time in it."

The two sides pointed out according to the statement, to "the need to respect the sovereignty of Iraq and to use all diplomatic and legal means to remove Turkish troops," Adin "Turkish violation of Iraqi sovereignty and a clear step does not need to interpret."

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi confirmed, on Wednesday, that the city of Mosul will be the next stop to Iraqi forces for the purpose of liberation from the grip of the "Daash", pointing out that existing in the city, Turkish forces have caused "a lot of tension," while informed Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu Abadi no intention to keep Turkish troops in


Al Sabaah 2016