Abadi praises Arab League to condemn the Turkish incursion and warns of trying to thw
Abadi praises Arab League to condemn the Turkish incursion and warns of trying to thwart everything in Iraq
12/27/2015 0 Comments
Welcomed the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the Arab League to condemn the Turkish incursion into Iraq "at the same time warning of" another attempt to derail everything in Iraq. A statement by his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, said Abadi warned in his speech during the Iraqi Youth Forum, which was allocated to discuss the volunteer work "that some are trying to thwart everything in the country and take advantage of crises and challenges faced by the country and the citizen's demands unrealistic political exploitation" .
Abadi said that "voluntary acts are always more integrated and polished and organized and the country needs for such a business by segments of society, especially young people, including those related to the construction of schools and displaced persons, health and other voluntary actions."
He said the "country is going through many challenges and there are terrorist gangs represented Bdaash kill and rejects diversity and are trying to cancel the other Another challenge is to lower oil prices, a serious challenge in addition to the fight against corruption and we are fighting a number of factors, including the punishment and things deterrent and control to prevent it from happening and to expose the corrupt and the formation of a culture that corrupt outcast In the community".
Abadi said that "our heroes are investigating victories in gray and there are security and intelligence effort in addition to the improvement of citizen cooperation led to this improvement, pointing to the importance of community security and the protection of society." The Prime Minister welcomed "the decision of the Arab League, which voted unanimously to condemn Turkish incursion and to support Iraq in its efforts, a diplomatic success because Turkey was not expecting such a position" .