Abadi delegation to the region: the survival of a unified Iraq is in our interest and the ministerial change does not offend any component

The number of visits: 2 Published on: 8/4/2016, 19:32 Published by: Messenger of Delphi

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said during a meeting with a delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, said that "in everyone's interest and the survival of Iraq Mahadda cabinet reshuffle does not offend any component."

A statement by his office said Abadi "received today the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani and his accompanying delegation, was stressed during the meeting, which took place in an atmosphere of frankness and friendly on the importance of cooperation and coordination and joint action to eliminate the risk Daash that threatens Iraq and its people and all its components, and to proceed with the liberalization of Mosul , also discussed reforms and ministerial change and the emphasis on support Pmaahakq interest of all Iraqis. "

The Prime Minister, according to the statement that "it is in all our interests that Iraq remain united and we are keen to continue cooperation and coordination and to promote the principle of partnership with the Kurdistan region."

He said al-Abadi "The liberation of Mosul important for us and we must preserve the unity of the city after its liberation and the cooperation and agreement on this would resolve the battle as soon as possible and restore security and stability to the province," calling "to address all issues relating to the relationship between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government realistically and seriously."

The statement pointed out that al-Abadi "accept ministerial reforms and change, stressing his commitment to meet popular demands for reform and representation of all segments of Iraqi society in a fair, noting that the change does not represent abuse anyone or component."

For his part, Nechirvan Barzani stressed the importance of developing the relationship with the federal government and increase communication and the need to operate on the principle of partnership, reaffirmed support for the reforms, and to stand together in general security and economic challenges facing the country and the continued coordination to resolve the battle to liberate Mosul. "