Urgent Abadi confirms telephoned British counterpart the need to increase support for Iraq intelligence
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Abadi confirms telephoned British counterpart the need to increase support for Iraq intelligence
[Oan- Baghdad]
Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi said in a phone call he received on Thursday , British Prime Minister Theresa May need to increase Britain 's support for Iraq in intelligence.
A statement by the Office of the Abadi received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "During the call , they discussed strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries and the war against Daesh gangs terrorist political, security, economic and displaced people and the situation."
Welcomed the British prime minister "recent positive developments in Iraq in terms of victories taxes on Daesh and walk reforms and the appointment of five ministers in the government cabin renewed her country 's support for Iraq in its war against terror gangs. "
for his part, al - Abadi" the importance of intelligence support for Iraq, which was key in defeating the forces of terror and Britain 's role in it and the need to further support and cooperation of intelligence , especially that Iraq is making a lot of victories on the battlefield , which should support the intelligence. "
He said the " battle against Daesh gangs not limited responsibility on the military side but the Iraqi government is looking into consideration the importance of the human side , which includes re - displaced people to their areas liberated and the provision of basic services and restore stability as He also added that the first group of displaced people have returned to Fallujah after it has been providing essential services and the removal of mines in the region. "
as al - Abadi said in the same context that" Nineveh will be the biggest challenge in this area due to it being a very large province is expected to witness the exodus of tens of thousands of people during the processes of liberalization and this will require greater humanitarian support to win the hearts and minds of the population in those areas. http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=47314