Maliki: Iraqi media is far from free and interventions and is invited to support the Baghdad summit
21/03/2012 21:13:00

The independent Iraqi news agency / Baghdad / and. Kh. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Wednesday the media to support the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad later this month and contribute to its success. Maliki said in a statement from his office the media on the sidelines of his meeting a number of media, and received by (Iraqi News Agency, Independent) that "the media enjoys today in the light of what is witnessing a new Iraq of freedom and democracy, full freedom and there is no intervention of any point in his work," calling on journalists to " concerted efforts in support of the Baghdad summit and make everything possible to make it a success and it is free from any foreign intervention.

Maliki stressed "the need to take the media real role in national issues and take responsibility as a partner in the process of building state institutions, and to interact with important issues all, whether politics or security, economic, social and other", while undertaking the study and address the problems and needs of a number of citizens in the various provinces were journalists had presented them to him during the meeting. "

It is scheduled to host Iraq's Arab summit, which brings together the heads of the kings of the Member States of the Arab League on 29 March current, and the event is the largest international, organized by the country since 2003, accounting for the Municipality of Baghdad for the committee to create and secure the requirements for the Conference of the Arab summit and provide insights, ideas, and the preparations necessary to improve Urban development and the interface of the city of Baghdad, commensurate with its history and its place in coordination with the ministries and the competent authorities, while confirming the Iraqi Interior Ministry that it had prepared a security plan to protect the Arab summit includes several stages carried out by Iraqi forces only.