Dulaimi confirmed that Iraq sought to join the Gulf Cooperation Council

30/05/2012 08:23 AM

Babinaoz (Reuters) – The Minister of the Iraqi defense agency Saadoun al-Dulaimi, said his country is seeking to enter the system Cooperation Council countries, Persian Gulf. Dulaimi said that “this (join) our hope as Iraqis, and we will be an active and important role in the Council.” and criticized some media that refer to the existence of differences between Iraq and the Arab world, saying it was “horns paid its industry differences and heat up with the Gulf States and then deepened in order to deprive Iraq of returning to the Arab world.” He pointed out that to be for Iraq to play a “role expected of it in Arab development and to compensate the errors of the past through the creation of Arab alliance is strong. ” and said that “some newspapers write sometimes Topics painful about Iraq as if they were talking about the country gave up its Arabism and the loss of any link with the Arab world, if One of them went to Basra will find that art and culture, fashion, the whole Gulf, and even the tone of the population as well.” He called al-Dulaimi, the Gulf States and Arab building a common security system, and said that “a nation without security coordination can not promote, because the challenges are many, and we have to cooperate in this aspect.”

Source: babnews