United Nations is seeking to remove Iraq from Chapter VII

Talabani’s Ban Ki-moon: Iraq has met its obligations to the international commitments and should the United Nations is seeking to remove Iraq from Chapter VII

Thursday, December 06, 1 / December 2012 16:38

[Baghdad – where]

President Jalal Talabani the importance of the role of the international organization in Iraq out of Chapter VII of the UN Charter.

The presidential statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that “President Jalal Talabani received in Baghdad this morning UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his accompanying delegation, during the meeting, President Talabani welcomed the delegation UN commended the efforts of the United Nations in support of the people Iraqi, pointed to the importance of the role of the international organization to help remove Iraq from under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. ”

The statement quoted Talabani as saying that “Iraq has met its obligations to international commitments, has returned to the international community and play a major role in maintaining peace and security in the region and has actively participated in international forums.”

And “it was addressed to the current tensions between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, The Secretary-General of the United Nations optimism choose the language of dialogue and peace to solve the problems and differences, and was Talabani stressed that current trends moving towards normalization of the situation, referring to his last to the Iraqi people and that encourages which all parties to the truce and go to serious dialogue in order to install the stability and civil peace. ”

The statement continued that “the situation of Syrian refugees in Iraq were of interest to the meeting, where the President pointed out that the Syrian brothers in their second Iraq are well-treated and with appreciation and pride, stressing that Iraq will spare no effort in order to care for them and help them.”

He said that “on the other side of the meeting, which was attended by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Naseer al-Ani, head of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic and other officials, there was an exchange of views on regional and international issues.” Ended.