Masum British Foreign Minister: Iraq is an urgent need for the international community 's support for reconstruction

2016-03-16 17:13:12 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, Wednesday, Iraq 's urgent need for the international community 's support for the reconstruction and development of its economy, while the new British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond his country 's commitment to helping Iraq in the war against "terrorism."

She said the presidency in a statement that " the president Fuad Masum , received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, at noon today, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and his accompanying delegation and discussed with him a number of regional and international issues as well as the victories achieved by Iraq against terrorism and relations between the two countries."

He infallible confidence as " the ability of our armed forces to defeat al Daash terrorist soon and edit Nineveh province and all Iraqi territory from the control of gangs , " stressing " the need for the liquidation of the remnants of the terrorists and their sleeper cells operations continue everywhere and fight the spread of extremism and violence among young people."

Masum pointed to "Iraq 's need for the urgent support of the international community to implement the reconstruction of strategic plans and to develop its economy and to promote imports of national income," he said . "Iraq 's interest in developing relations with the United Kingdom to include all the political, economic and cultural fields to serve the interests of the two countries."

For his part, renewed Hammond "Britain 's commitment to helping Iraq in the war against terrorism and in the reorganization of the national economy," congratulating " the victories achieved by the Iraqi security forces in the war against terrorism."

It is noteworthy that the military operations witnessed by provinces, dominated by the organization "Daash", led to the demolition of many homes, in addition to the infrastructure of these provinces.