Abadi calls on world to help Iraq rebuild its economy and confirms Italy near the "defeat Daash"

Author: HAA
Editor: BK

10.02.2016 19:07

Long-Presse / Baghdad
The head of the government, Haider al-Abadi, said on Wednesday the international community to help Iraq rebuild its economy and diversify sources of income, he did not need foreign troops on the ground in the fight against "terrorism", while Italy expressed its confidence to "defeat Daash", and urged to support Iraq and revive its economy.

This came during a joint press conference, the devotional and his Italian counterpart, Matteo Renzi, in Rome, which he is visiting currently, according to a report by Italian news agency (ANSA ANSA), and I followed (the long-Presse).

Ebadi said, that "Iraq is living very difficult situation and needs to see economic structure because it depends so much on oil," adding that "Iraq needs to aid the international community to enable it to rebuild its economy and diversify sources of income, after oil prices in the global markets."

The new head of the Iraqi government, its emphasis on "Iraq's non-need foreign troops on its territory," noting that "the international coalition helps Iraq in the fight against terrorism through the training of its armed forces."

He said al-Abadi, that "the race wants to put an end to the presence of Daash at home by the end of the current year 2016," and expressed hope that "major blow to contribute Daash in Ramadi, helping to liberate Mosul."

In the axis of his speech at the conference, called on the head of the Iraqi government to "accelerate the arrival of the Trevi company to plug connector with securing the protection of workers and technicians who will carry out the repair work," adding that "the dam is a major source of water for all Iraqis importance."

For his part, Italian Prime Minister, expressed confidence that "the organization of Daash Asinazm," returned to "organize Daash terrorist unscrupulous and should have known he would lose the battle," noting that "Iraq will surpass the challenge of terrorism, not to park the international coalition with him only, but the international community whole, and through our cultural, economic and diplomatic mutual. "

Renzi and stressed that "Italy will defend plug connector with Iraqi forces at a time when the Italian company Trevi maintained by the reconstruction."

The Italian Prime Minister agreed with his Iraqi counterpart, the need for "the international community, particularly the Group of Seven industrial nations, the Group of Twenty, the biggest concern countries such as Iraq," and expressed Italy's willingness "to provide possible assistance to support the Iraqi economy."

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, began on Wednesday an official visit to Italy and Germany, to discuss the support of the seven industrialized nations of Iraq, and to participate in the Munich Security Conference.