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

Alwani: Iran involved fomenting sectarianism and will not allow them to cordon off Baghdad

Alwani: Iran involved fomenting sectarianism and will not allow them to cordon off Baghdad


BAGHDAD / News: accused the Iraqi List MP Ahmed al-Alwani, on Tuesday, the Iranian government of fomenting sectarian strife in Iraq, stressing that the Iranian infiltration into Iraq on the security level is too large.

Alwani told "News", "Iran was involved in provoking sectarian strife in Iraq," stressing, "We will not allow her a second time to return to Iraq to cleanse Baghdad of al-Qaeda and Baathists as Matdei".

Alwani said that "Iran’s desire cleared of Baghdad within 90 days of al-Qaeda and the Baath, you need to pause," and wondered "Is not Iran was involved in the murder of identity in Iraq."

He explained that "any Iraqi Sharif will not accept this blatant interference regardless of political orientation," warning that "Iran is very serious penetration in Iraq, both on the security level or militias."

Alwani confirmed that "Iran is interfering openly in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, and not just Iraq."

He was a senior leader of the Supreme Islamic Council has revealed, according to a Kuwaiti newspaper, for a presentation by the Iranian leadership of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to send special units of the "Revolutionary Guards" their equipment, and the number could be up to ten thousand soldiers, to be deployed around the cities and neighborhoods "Shiite" to secure the safety of the terrorist attacks carried out by the "Al Qaeda" and party cells "Baath" dissolved.

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Alwani: Iran involved fomenting sectarianism and will not allow them to cordon off Baghdad

Alwani: Iran involved fomenting sectarianism and will not allow them to cordon off Baghdad


BAGHDAD / News: accused the Iraqi List MP Ahmed al-Alwani, on Tuesday, the Iranian government of fomenting sectarian strife in Iraq, stressing that the Iranian infiltration into Iraq on the security level is too large.

Alwani told "News", "Iran was involved in provoking sectarian strife in Iraq," stressing, "We will not allow her a second time to return to Iraq to cleanse Baghdad of al-Qaeda and Baathists as Matdei".

Alwani said that "Iran’s desire cleared of Baghdad within 90 days of al-Qaeda and the Baath, you need to pause," and wondered "Is not Iran was involved in the murder of identity in Iraq."

He explained that "any Iraqi Sharif will not accept this blatant interference regardless of political orientation," warning that "Iran is very serious penetration in Iraq, both on the security level or militias."

Alwani confirmed that "Iran is interfering openly in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, and not just Iraq."

He was a senior leader of the Supreme Islamic Council has revealed, according to a Kuwaiti newspaper, for a presentation by the Iranian leadership of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to send special units of the "Revolutionary Guards" their equipment, and the number could be up to ten thousand soldiers, to be deployed around the cities and neighborhoods "Shiite" to secure the safety of the terrorist attacks carried out by the "Al Qaeda" and party cells "Baath" dissolved.

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Alwani: Iran involved fomenting sectarianism and will not allow them to cordon off Baghdad

Alwani: Iran involved fomenting sectarianism and will not allow them to cordon off Baghdad


BAGHDAD / News: accused the Iraqi List MP Ahmed al-Alwani, on Tuesday, the Iranian government of fomenting sectarian strife in Iraq, stressing that the Iranian infiltration into Iraq on the security level is too large.

Alwani told "News", "Iran was involved in provoking sectarian strife in Iraq," stressing, "We will not allow her a second time to return to Iraq to cleanse Baghdad of al-Qaeda and Baathists as Matdei".

Alwani said that "Iran’s desire cleared of Baghdad within 90 days of al-Qaeda and the Baath, you need to pause," and wondered "Is not Iran was involved in the murder of identity in Iraq."

He explained that "any Iraqi Sharif will not accept this blatant interference regardless of political orientation," warning that "Iran is very serious penetration in Iraq, both on the security level or militias."

Alwani confirmed that "Iran is interfering openly in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, and not just Iraq."

He was a senior leader of the Supreme Islamic Council has revealed, according to a Kuwaiti newspaper, for a presentation by the Iranian leadership of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to send special units of the "Revolutionary Guards" their equipment, and the number could be up to ten thousand soldiers, to be deployed around the cities and neighborhoods "Shiite" to secure the safety of the terrorist attacks carried out by the "Al Qaeda" and party cells "Baath" dissolved.

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