Iranian official warns of a "suspicious attempts aimed" to divide Iraq 2/4/2016
Iranian official warns of a "suspicious attempts aimed" to divide Iraq
2/4/2016 0 Comments
Assistant Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian warned Wednesday of "suspicious attempts aimed at retail and the division of Iraq."
Abdollahian said during a meeting in Tehran, Secretary General of the Iraqi Virtue Party Hashem al-Hashemi, said that "Iraq has great importance and prestige to Iran, although the parties that talk about the division of Iraq are not aware of the negative implications of this situation on the region's security and stability."
The Iranian official at the meeting pointed out that his country was "carefully monitoring the developments in Iraq and believe that the Iraqi people is a conscious and impatient people managed in light of the wisdom of his political and religious, to defeat terrorism, and moving the country towards further development and prosperity."
Abdallahیan that "some parties are talking about fragmentation and division of Iraq, he added, but are unaware of the negative repercussions on the security and stability of the region."
For his part, Secretary General of the Iraqi Virtue Party Hashem al-Hashemi "congratulations on the memory of the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran and the price of the achievements made in the country at different levels," adding that "the Iranian people walking towards the further development and evolution and play a constructive role in the region's development," Maکda that "the Iranian achievements is considered a model by other countries for its development and development" .