Zebari looking with the heads of missions of UNAMI and the European Union to support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process

Zebari looking with the heads of missions of UNAMI and the European Union to support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 14:35

[Baghdad where]
Search and Foreign Minister Hishaar Zebari on Wednesday, with Liana Hapaschkova the EU’s head of mission in Iraq and Gyorgy Posten Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the rule of law program Laszlo Hazar support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process.


According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari received on Wednesday, at the headquarters of the Office of the ministry,

Yana Hapaschkova Head of Mission of the European Union to Iraq and Gyorgy Posten, Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the rule of law Laszlo Hazar

During the meeting they discussed the political situation and human rights issues in Iraq and ways to provide support and assistance to the efforts of the Iraqi government in the process of national reconciliation and efforts to achieve progress and construction of the Iraqi people. "


He also "was emphasized on the importance of the authorities investigations transparent in cases of violations and constructive cooperation between the two sides away from the media statements,

as has been discussed about the rule of law program to train judges and which will continue to the end of this year and that there is an important meeting will be held in the middle of the ninth month in Brussels to consider the possibility of extending the program to 2014

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Zebari looking with the heads of missions of UNAMI and the European Union to support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process

Zebari looking with the heads of missions of UNAMI and the European Union to support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 14:35

[Baghdad where]
Search and Foreign Minister Hishaar Zebari on Wednesday, with Liana Hapaschkova the EU’s head of mission in Iraq and Gyorgy Posten Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the rule of law program Laszlo Hazar support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process.


According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari received on Wednesday, at the headquarters of the Office of the ministry,

Yana Hapaschkova Head of Mission of the European Union to Iraq and Gyorgy Posten, Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the rule of law Laszlo Hazar

During the meeting they discussed the political situation and human rights issues in Iraq and ways to provide support and assistance to the efforts of the Iraqi government in the process of national reconciliation and efforts to achieve progress and construction of the Iraqi people. "


He also "was emphasized on the importance of the authorities investigations transparent in cases of violations and constructive cooperation between the two sides away from the media statements,

as has been discussed about the rule of law program to train judges and which will continue to the end of this year and that there is an important meeting will be held in the middle of the ninth month in Brussels to consider the possibility of extending the program to 2014

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

Zebari looking with the heads of missions of UNAMI and the European Union to support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process

Zebari looking with the heads of missions of UNAMI and the European Union to support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 14:35

[Baghdad where]
Search and Foreign Minister Hishaar Zebari on Wednesday, with Liana Hapaschkova the EU’s head of mission in Iraq and Gyorgy Posten Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the rule of law program Laszlo Hazar support Iraq’s efforts in the reconciliation process.


According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari received on Wednesday, at the headquarters of the Office of the ministry,

Yana Hapaschkova Head of Mission of the European Union to Iraq and Gyorgy Posten, Deputy Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the rule of law Laszlo Hazar

During the meeting they discussed the political situation and human rights issues in Iraq and ways to provide support and assistance to the efforts of the Iraqi government in the process of national reconciliation and efforts to achieve progress and construction of the Iraqi people. "


He also "was emphasized on the importance of the authorities investigations transparent in cases of violations and constructive cooperation between the two sides away from the media statements,

as has been discussed about the rule of law program to train judges and which will continue to the end of this year and that there is an important meeting will be held in the middle of the ninth month in Brussels to consider the possibility of extending the program to 2014

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

A member of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs: In the absence of a feasibility [UNAMI] we will resort to other options [Audio]

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 07:32

[Baghdad – where]

Said a member of the Foreign Relations Committee the names of al-Moussawi, that in the event the futility of existence of the United Nations Mission in Iraq [بونامي], it is possible to resort to other options. "

The UN Security Council has issued 24 of the current month of July a unanimous decision to extend the mandate of UNAMI mission for another year, after Iraq demanded that, through the permanent delegate to the United Nations on 17 of the same month.


Said al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We hope that there will be little point in having [UNAMI], and Bouklavha we will take other measures,"

pointing out that "Iraq is hoped through the Mission and the United Nations on his return to the international community, and we hope to continue to communicate, especially The results of this cooperation has been positive and productive. "

It showed that "extend the mandate of UNAMI was at the request of the Iraqi government, and there are pending issues, including the assignment of belongings and Lost Kuwait after their conversion to Chapter VI after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII," noting that "he was assigned to UNAMI to follow up this issue at the request of the government."

The member of the Foreign Relations Committee that "the government was مخيرة not forced extension of UNAMI, and the issue of the mission is just a recommendation, and the Iraqi government the right to taking them or not, so the extension process was a purely Iraqi desire."

The UN Security Council has voted unanimously last month to transfer the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait regarding missing Kuwaitis and stolen property to the UN mission to help [UNAMI] under Section VI of the UN Charter, and after that came out of Iraq from the provisions of Chapter VII in 27 last June.

It is said that the mission tasks include assisting Iraq in strengthening democratic institutions and the launch of the national dialogue and national reconciliation mission includes 800 civilian workers

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86