Germany: Iraq has presented bold proposals for reconciliation 12-7
Germany: Iraq has presented bold proposals for reconciliation
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Long-Presse / Baghdad
Description German Foreign Minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, on Monday, the task faced by Iraq in its war against al (Daash) as "tremendous", and stressed that Baghdad submitted proposals and solutions "bold", to strengthen the foundations of national interests, while noting developments in the security landscape Iraqi After the liberation of many areas from the control of the organization (Daash), he confirmed that Germany will endeavor to provide five mobile hospitals in the district of Sinjar.
Steinmeier said, during a joint news conference with Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, held at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry building, today, attended (range Press), said that "Iraq front tremendous task in its war against al (Daash) as well as the task performed by Germany in the provision of aid Iraq humanitarian and Iraq, both in the field of training and arming or in addition to providing needed for displaced families and the liberated areas of services. "
Steinmeier said, that "Iraq has achieved successes and achievements in the face of the organization (Daash), after the liberation of many areas that the organization was controlled by including Sinjar and Tikrit and Matravq later to secure the return of displaced families, including and especially in salad religion where he was accustomed more than 160 000 displaced people to it ".
He Steinmeier, that "Iraq has provided over the past during periods bold solutions and proposals on national reconciliation and rapprochement between the sons of one people, a Masashm in the return of stability and security of the country".
In the same context, Foreign Minister of Germany, said that "Germany is seeking to provide humanitarian and medical assistance to the population of the liberated cities," adding that "his country is trying to provide five five mobile field hospitals in Qdhaeadsnjar, west of Nineveh."