UNAMI: after the withdrawal of our priorities focused on Kirkuk, Kuwait and the Constitution
09:16:16/11/2011 09:16:16 / 11/2011
Khandan - The head of the United Nations Mission (UNAMI) Martin Kobler, the priorities of work of the United Nations after the U.S. withdrawal, summed it up solving the issue of Kirkuk and the relationship with Kuwait and the issues of the constitution and elections, as stated by the agency (Voices of Iraq).
The Kubler in his meeting with editors and directors of a number of media on Tuesday, that "the priorities of the international mission in Iraq will be to on 3 key points most important to resolve the issue of disputed territories, including Kirkuk and attention to issues and problems of youth and education, and issues related to the constitution and elections."
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