Sistani worried about the situation in Iraq and is considering intervention [Extended
Sistani worried about the situation in Iraq and is considering intervention [Extended]
The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis said, the supreme religious authority, Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Alcetana expressed concern about the situation in Iraq and he is considering intervention if "necessary for that."
The Kubis arrived in the city of Najaf on Monday morning and met upon his arrival Repertory Sistani.
He said Kubis told a news conference after the meeting in front of the home of the reference center of Najaf, attended by the correspondent of the agency all of Iraq [where] that "Sistani told us that he is watching the situation in Iraq with interest a concern and that it will intervene if it finds necessary for it", said Kubis.
And transfer Kubis regret Sistani "because of the outgrowth of the reform project and that he was hoping to unity and rejection of fragmentation," referring to the reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi since August 2015 to fight against corruption and reform of political, security and economic profile.
He said the highest religious authority "to strongly support both armed and support forces in the fight Daash gangs of terror, and that the fight should unite all Iraqis and the need for attention to civilians and should not Atdharora any violations during the war and provide the necessary support to them," according to the representative of UNAMI in Iraq.
Kubis also said that Sistani "called on the Iraqi authorities and the international community to provide the necessary support for the displaced."
He added: "I had the honor to meet a lot today Sistani It is an honor for us and the United Nations during the meeting and outlined the activities of the UN and its role in resolving the political crisis in Iraq and support the reforms and the fight against Daash."
And that is during the meeting, "taken from several important points of reference in the work of UNAMI," he said, adding "our part Oodzna him our last report we have talked a great bluntly told the Security Council on the situation in Iraq," noting that "We support the Iraqi forces and the Iraqi people in their fight Daash."