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Abadi: Two months separating Iraq's exit from Chapter VII

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Thursday, 30 March 2017 09:40
 
 
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
arrived Secretary General of the United Nations , Antonio Guterres , on Thursday, to the capital of Baghdad. 

An official source said in an interview for Alsumaria News, that " the Secretary - General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres arrived this morning, to the capital of Baghdad." 

The source , who asked not to be named, said , "Guterres for the humanitarian situation of civilians on the ground." 

The visit of the Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres to Baghdad is the first of its kind since he took office instead of Ban Ki - moon.

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Speaker of Parliament meets UN Secretary General

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 Since 03.30.2017 at 11:50 (Baghdad time)

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Student parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, Thursday, doubling the United Nations to support the humanitarian effort to accommodate the aggravation of problems in Iraq, came during a meeting with the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Goatric.

Information Office of the Jabouri said in a statement received / scales News / copy of it, "House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, received in his office today, the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Goatric."

Jubouri, according to the statement, that "the visit Goatric comes in an important and sensitive circumstance and historical, where humanity faces the plight of the fiercest and most dangerous war in the face of bloody extremist groups and terrorist seeking to end the aspects of life."

He stressed that "the United Nations represented by the Secretary-General to seek to maximize support for the humanitarian effort to accommodate the aggravation of the problems that began to appear recently, because of weak capabilities."

The parliament speaker expressed his thanks, for "all the friends who stood with us in this battle to face this circumstance that we are going through, and in the forefront of the international coalition and other friendly countries through the effort of logistical support, training and armament."

Jubouri, "reservation and rejection of any foreign interference or military presence of any state on our land, without coordination with the Iraqi government," the belief by saying: "This matter touches Iraqi sovereignty."

It arrived in the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Goatric and his accompanying delegation, this morning, to the capital of Baghdad. He met with Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and discussed with him several issues concerning the matter Alaraca.anthy 29 / A 43

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Secretary General of the United Nations: ready to support Iraq's proposal to criminalize terrorist ideology

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 Since 03.30.2017 at 12:27 (Baghdad time)

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Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres and his accompanying delegation in Baghdad, and was reviewed during the meeting the overall humanitarian, security and political situation and the efforts of the Iraqis achieved and their victories against Daesh gangs and terrorist emphasize the importance of increasing aid to Iraq size.

Through Jaafari, thanks and appreciation of Iraq to the positions of the United Nations in providing various kinds of support to the Iraqi people, according to a statement / balance News received / a copy of it, where he praised "the work of the mission in Baghdad and their sacrifices and the efforts of its staff to provide the necessary supplies for Iraqis in various fields since 2003 until now" , pointing out that "the Iraqis planned the war against Daesh terrorist gangs and achieve great victories and Akbdon terrorists Daesh large losses and perusing the city after another and now we are working on the stage after the liberation of Mosul."

He explained that "all Iraqis have contributed to defending the security, stability and sovereignty of Iraq from various provinces and affiliations, and this letter from Iraq as a conscious and strong people in the face of terrorism," stressing that "the Iraqi cities need to rebuild infrastructure and provide the necessary supplies for the return of displaced persons to areas of residence and this great responsibility It is the responsibility of all countries of the world that Iraq defended on their behalf against terrorists Daesh ".

And between that "Iraq needs a plan similar to the Marshall Plan, which contributed to the construction of Germany after World War II to provide assistance to the Iraqis and to support development and overcome the effects of the war against Daesh gangs terrorist", noting that "Iraq supports the security and stability of the region and the keenness of the need to adopt political solutions to the crises experienced by area because military solutions help terrorists to carry out their crimes and contribute to its spread in various areas of the world. "

 He added that "Turkish forces remain in violation of Iraqi sovereignty despite the claim of Iraq's withdrawal and get Arab consensus from the Arab League and claim a lot of friendly countries from Turkey to withdraw from Iraqi territory, reiterated Iraq's call for the adoption of a project to criminalize terrorist ideology and the fight against extremism and protect communities from the risk of recruiting their children and engage in terrorist groups, "calling" to support Iraq's candidate for a seat on the United Nations economic and social Commission for Western Asia "ESCWA" and represent Iraq in more international organizations. "

 

For his part, the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres stressed that "his visit to Iraq, a historic and comes in solidarity with the people of Iraq in its war against terrorism," noting that "the liberation of Mosul and defeat Daesh will support Iraq's unity and work to develop its institutions in the next phase."

While pointing out that "the UN mission in Baghdad is making great efforts to support the unity and stability of Iraq and help the Iraqi government and to provide the required services to the displaced families, expressing his pleasure the return of Iraq, the Arab incubator and works to strengthen its relations with various countries of the world."

He continued "We are working and help the Iraqi government in institution-building and provide the required services to the Iraqis, expressing his willingness to support Iraq and the adoption of supporting decisions to him in the United Nations and to end the effects of some of the decisions covered by Iraq because of the former regime and the cooperation and support of the private Iraq's proposal to criminalize terrorist thought and action to prevent its spread." It ended 29 / d 24

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History of edits:: 2017/3/30 16:00 • 21 times readable
United Nations Secretary General meets infallible Abadi al-Jubouri
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met the United Nations Secretary - General Antonio Guterres, who is visiting the capital Baghdad now, the three presidencies.
According to a statement of the UN mission in Iraq [UNAMI] received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that Guterres "met President Fuad Masum, and Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi and House Speaker Salim al - Jubouri." 
The United Nations Secretary - General Antonio Guterres, arrived in the capital Baghdad on Thursday morning.
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Thursday, 30 March 2017 16:12
 
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Confirmed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Thursday, and there is a continuous work in collaboration with the United Nations to close the Chapter VII file, pointing out that his government supports the efforts UN to hunt down "terrorists" and punished, as the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres appealed to the international community to assist Iraq in relief to the displaced and reconstruction the liberated areas.
 
 
Ebadi said during a joint news conference with Guterres in Baghdad, according to state television, said that "there are continuing work to close the Chapter VII file in cooperation with the United Nations," pointing at the same time that "the Iraqi government supports the efforts UN to prosecute and punish terrorists."
 
For his part, Guterres stressed that "Iraq is in the final stages Bmarkih against terrorism, and after the liberation of Mosul will have the opportunity to devote safe civilian life", 
 
"We are working high in coordination with the government to achieve full reconciliation to the Iraqis," asserting that "all of Iraq's population and its communities were victims of the terrorist Daesh must bring terrorists to trial."
 
He continued Guterres "appeal to the international community to assist Iraq in relief to the displaced and reconstruction aspects of the liberated areas."
 
The witness of Nineveh province and large-scale military operations in the right coast of the city of Mosul since the announcement of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi in (February 19, 2017) for the start of editing western Mosul operations, to regain control of the last bastions of the "Daesh" in the city.
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The last article states, "Confirmed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Thursday, and there is a continuous work in collaboration with the United Nations to close the Chapter VII file, pointing out that his government supports the efforts UN to hunt down "terrorists" and punished, as the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres appealed to the international community to assist Iraq in relief to the displaced and reconstruction the liberated areas."

I am not sure if this is a high level summary and/or inter connectivity but Iraq cooperating on Chapter VII conditions and supporting the taking into custody of terrorists for indictment and punishment is linked to international support for relief to the displaced peoples and reconstruction of the liberated areas via foreign investment from the international community. This may be the key coincidal points we may have been waiting for provided ISIS is exterminated and the other laws (like HCL) are, or about to be, implemented.

This may have implications for people like Nuri al-Maliki, too. The indictments may already be in place and the warrants for people like Nuri al-Maliki written but just needs to be served once their immunity is stripped at a very near opportune time.

Well, at least here's hoping!

As always, just my opinion and :twocents:

Go Moola Nova!

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Good to see, however, I'll need to refer to my Iraq/Arabish translation guide for the definition of " Urgent " don't ya know. 

Might be a sub-heading of " in the near future " - been a while since I've seen " urgent " associated with the GOI.

But it does refer to the Iraqi PM . . . Could be some meat on this bone  🍖 

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That's all the info the article has.

I believe it concerns Iraq's only remaining Chapter VII obligation which is the payment to Kuwait.

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I have never seen an article where Haider al-Abadi has talked about their Chapter 7.
 
 
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Confirmed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Thursday, and there is a continuous work in collaboration with the United Nations to close the Chapter VII file, pointing out that his government supports the efforts UN to hunt down "terrorists" and punished, as the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres appealed to the international community to assist Iraq in relief to the displaced and reconstruction the liberated areas.
 
 
 
 
 
Ebadi said during a joint news conference with Guterres in Baghdad, according to state television, said that "there are continuing work to close the Chapter VII file in cooperation with the United Nations," pointing at the same time that "the Iraqi government supports the efforts UN to prosecute and punish terrorists."
 
For his part, Guterres stressed that "Iraq is in the final stages Bmarkih against terrorism, and after the liberation of Mosul will have the opportunity to devote safe civilian life", 
 
"We are working high in coordination with the government to achieve full reconciliation to the Iraqis," asserting that "all of Iraq's population and its communities were victims of the terrorist Daesh must bring terrorists to trial."
 
He continued Guterres "appeal to the international community to assist Iraq in relief to the displaced and reconstruction aspects of the liberated areas."
 
The witness of Nineveh province and large-scale military operations in the right coast of the city of Mosul since the announcement of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi in (February 19, 2017) for the start of editing western Mosul operations, to regain control of the last bastions of the "Daesh" in the city.
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Kuwait has let Iraq slid on final payment for  1yr. UN must put Iraq  in Article 8. Then you will get 140. Then HCL. This is the domino effect I have been looking for... GREAT NEWS!! 

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President Fuad Masum also talked about art 140 when he said it was ok for the

Kurds to raise there flag in Kirkcut the other day. saying everthing would be covered in 140

not to worry

 

 

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http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=140671........Abadi calls during a meeting with Secretary of the United Nations to remove Iraq from Chapter VII 

History of edits:: 2017/3/30 17:37 •  82 times readable
Abadi calls during a meeting with Secretary of the United Nations to remove Iraq from Chapter VII

{Baghdad} Euphrates News called on Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to remove Iraq from Chapter VII to end the occupation of Kuwait and file resolutions imposed on the people of Iraq because of Saddam's regime policies.

A statement by his office today , "the Prime Minister received today Secretary General of the United Nations , the Organization of Antonio Guterres, said during the meeting that the UN is a key work in the humanitarian field and relief for displaced people and restore stability and community reconciliation." 
He added Abadi , according to the statement that " the people of Iraq has proved its ability to defeat terrorism and expel Daesh and we are in the final stage of the liberation of Mosul , and our troops are making full efforts to protect civilians, and that Daesh targeting the civilian population and Ttakzhm as human shields and at the same time intensify Makintha propaganda broadcast rumors." 
United Abadi UN and the UN Security Council and called for "a resolution to prosecute Daesh for its crimes against civilians, praising the call by the Secretary General of the United Nations in this area, and called on the international community to support Iraq to restore stability to cities liberated, also called to remove Iraq from Chapter VII to end the file the occupation of Kuwait and the decisions imposed on the people of Iraq because of Saddam 's regime 's policies. " 
For his part, UN Secretary - General Antonio Guterres "expressed our solidarity and full commitment to working with you in the great liberation of your country and achieve stability and reconciliation mission, and our visit to Iraq is a visit of solidarity in the historic moment we hope liberation of Mosul and the return of normal life time soon." 
He expressed his satisfaction and appreciation for the efforts to protect civilians and the international community 's appreciation for the sacrifices of the Iraqis, stressing the need to guide the international community to support relief and humanitarian efforts of the Iraqi institutions, noting the need for accountability elements Daesh the heinous crimes committed against civilians ".anthy
 
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