Abadi confirms British counterpart's intelligence support for Iraq

2016-09-10 at 14:44

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The Prime Minister said Haidar Abadi, Thursday, to British counterpart Teresa MI Iraq's intelligence support during the battles.

Press Office said in a statement received/Abadi, the balance of news/copy, that "Prime Minister Haider Abadi received today, a phone call from boss pinch British tart Teresa Mei.

The statement said that "during the contact search enhance bilateral relations and the war against terror and ISIS gangs political, security and economic conditions and the displaced."

MI welcomed by the statement, "the recent positive developments in Iraq in terms of victories achieved at ISIS gangs walk the reforms and appoint five Ministers in the Government to support renewed cab Iraq in its war against terrorism."

For his part, Abbadi stressed the importance of Iraq's intelligence support, which was essential in defeating the forces of terrorism and Britain's role in it and need more support and intelligence cooperation, "Noting that" Iraq has scored many victories on the battlefield which should support intelligence ".

He added, "the battle against gangs of ISIS not only on the military side but consider the Iraqi Government considered the importance of the human side which includes return to liberated areas and the provision of basic services and the restoration of stability."

The Prime Minister noted that "the first group of displaced people have returned to Fallujah after providing basic services and removing mines in the region."

Nineveh, "he will be a bigger challenge in this area due to being very large Prefecture", expecting that "tens of thousands of people displaced during the edits, it would require greater humanitarian support to win the hearts and minds of the population in those areas."