Jaafari: international and regional support is not commensurate with the size of the challenges we face

2016-01-30 19:43:09 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, Saturday, that the international and regional support for Iraq is not commensurate with the magnitude of the challenges it faces, among the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubiš that the UN plans to offer to provide more humanitarian aid to Iraq through an international coalition that meeting will be held in Rome next Tuesday.

The Foreign Ministry said in a statement Sumerian received a copy of it, "Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with the Representative of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubiš, was discussed during the meeting of the United Nations efforts in Iraq and Iraq's participation in the international coalition meetings in Rome in the coming days and the importance of coordination and urged coalition countries to intensify their support for Iraq in the war against terrorists Daash. "

The al-Jaafari, according to the statement, "the need that the pace of support for Iraq rises to eradicate terrorism, and help the displaced and the reconstruction of infrastructure ravaged Daash terrorist gangs".

He said al-Jaafari, "We do not deny there is an international and regional support, but it is not yet commensurate with the scale of the challenges facing Iraq," adding that "Iraq is still in need of humanitarian aid political, security and economic support and implement commitments to the Security Council towards the violation of sovereignty by Turkish troops Iraqi territory. "

For his part, Kubiš stressed "his quest to deliver the truth about what is happening on the Iraqi arena," adding "we will bring in the international coalition against Daash meeting next terrorist gangs in Rome to provide more support, especially humanitarian aid."

He continued, Kubiš "We will invite all countries in the world because the stand by Iraq against this common threat of global Daash terrorist gangs".

It is said that the prime minister criticized Haider al-Abadi, earlier, "slow" international coalition against al "Daash" in support of the Iraqi army.