Indonesia: 150 Indonesian terrorist joined Daesh and look to build schools and hospit
Indonesia: 150 Indonesian terrorist joined Daesh and look to build schools and hospitals in Iraq
Indonesia revealed join 150 of its nationals to the terrorist organization Daesh "noting that it" is considering building schools and hospitals in the liberated areas in Iraq.
A statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "on the sidelines of a summit seventeen Non-Aligned Movement meetings in Venezuela, met with Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Indonesia Rento Marsudi, the meeting reviewed the progress of bilateral relations between Baghdad and Jakarta and ways develop and promote joint cooperation in the fight against terrorism. "
The al-Jaafari, according to the statement, "that Iraq has made significant military achievements in the war against Daesh terrorist gangs in many areas despite the exceptional circumstances of the financial crisis passes and the budget for the war against terrorism."
He stressed that "the circumstance that Iraq is going through a temporary and Iraq will be victorious on all the challenges war inevitably to the demise and are heading for the economic reconstruction and development will not forget the friendly countries which stood aside to aid provided in the time of adversity."
Jaafari pointed out, that "the fight against terrorism requires uprooting of educational and cultural roots of the wrong that establishes them children and develop into a state of militancy and violence, directed call for Ritno Marsotti to visit Iraq in the framework of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries."
For her part, Indonesian Foreign Minister about her support for Iraq in its war against terrorism, especially that terrorism today is a global threat not only to Iraq, praising the Iraqi victories achieved by the Iraqi people, thanks to unite all the sons of the Iraqi army and the crowd folk and tribal members and the Peshmerga, who are working under the umbrella of the armed forces ".
She pointed out that "they have available statistics indicate that the number of Indonesian terrorists who have joined gangs Daesh up to 150 terrorists," to Avcth to "seek to increase the size of her country's assistance to Iraq in humanitarian fields and infrastructure."
Revealed Indonesian Foreign Minister said "The Foreign Ministry is ready to exchange experience and training in the diplomatic field, stressing that it Stphath Indonesian President to discuss the potential contribution of the country to build schools and hospitals in the liberated areas," calling for "Iraq to support Indonesia's nomination for membership of the Security Council non-permanent seat for the session 2019- 2020 ".