Maliki during his meeting with Biden adviser: developments in the region calls for change without falling into civil war

Wednesday, March 21 / March 2012 16:46

[Baghdad - where]

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's national security adviser to Vice President [Anthony Pellnkn] the situation in Iraq and the region.

According to a statement issued by the Office of the Prime Minister received the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Wednesday that "al-Maliki, during his meeting with [Pellnkn] stressed the need for a method of dialogue and understanding to address the problems of the region, and not to resort to force and violence and the ongoing developments in the region call for change direction that you want people demanding it, and that the path of violence and force to Ayaalj problems but exacerbated. "

"As Prime Minister emphasized the need to keep channels open for dialogue and understanding among all parties, in order to achieve the desired objectives and bring about the desired change without getting caught in wars and civil strife."

For his part, eighth National Security Adviser to U.S. Vice-President according to the statement, "Iraq's role in affecting positive developments in the region," referring to "his country's support for the Iraqi government's policy to preserve Iraq's unity and stability". Ended.