The role of Arab League of Arab States to remove Iraq from Chapter VII
Najafi and discuss the role of the Arab League of Arab States to remove Iraq from Chapter VII
Friday, 09 November / 1 December 2011 01:06
[Baghdad - where]
Search Speaker Osama Najafi with the Secretary-General of the Arab medallion Nabil Arab preparations the forthcoming Arab Summit in Baghdad and the role of the university in support of efforts to get out of Iraq under Chapter VII.
A statement by the Office of Najafi received the agency and all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Friday that "Najafi, and attended his first deputy, Qusay al-Suhail, met yesterday evening, the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Nabil Arab."
"The two sides discussed in the meeting, held in Constitutional Hall building, the House of Representatives ways to strengthen relations between Iraq and the Arab League and the ongoing preparations for holding the Arab summit in Baghdad in March of next year." The statement continued, "and discussed Najafi and the Arab League's role in supporting efforts to get out of Iraq under Chapter VII, as well as trading developments in some Arab countries, particularly the Syrian crisis and ways to solve them." He noted that "Najafi said during the meeting the importance of activating and activating the work of the Arab League in dealing with various issues in order to reduce the external influence on the files of various Arab," stressing "the importance of hosting the Baghdad Arab summit to the magnitude of the important message of closer ties between Iraq and the Arab world ".
And between the head of the House of Representatives according to the statement that "the Arab summit as scheduled in March next year, represents a historic achievement contributes to the return of Iraq to the performance of an influential role in the region", calling for "the importance of resolving the Syrian crisis through diplomacy and dialogue between the various parties away from external interference".
Turn, First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Qusay al-Suhail to "benefit from the experiences of the democratic process in Iraq," noting that "the Iraqi people's awareness and interaction with Arab issues has not changed, noting the need to open up the Arabs to Iraq."
For his part, Secretary General of the Arab League, according to the statement that "the relations between Iraq and the Arab countries have witnessed aversion quality," explaining that "the decision to hold the next Arab summit in Baghdad is proceeding as planned, which will see the coming period, a delegation from the Arab League to arrange the technical procedures and logistics and political summit scheduled in Iraq to regain its effective role in the region. "
The statement said that "the meeting was attended by a number of leaders of the blocks in addition to the House of Representatives Hoshyar Zebari, Minister of Foreign Affairs, with the Arab League delegation included Ahmed Ben Helli, assistant secretary general and a number of Kbaralmsúlan the Ambassador of Iraq and the Arab League Qais Al-Azzawi."
The Secretary-General of the League of Arab noble Arab arrived in Iraq yesterday and immediately met with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and was met at Baghdad International Airport by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari. "