Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki: Iraq today has full sovereignty and independence and qualifications of all will
February 25, 2012
Said Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki that Iraq today has full sovereignty and independence and qualifications of all his will, and that this has been achieved thanks to the awareness of Iraqis and bearing of responsibility.
This came during the sovereignty of his office today, the official delegation from the Iraqi Group for Strategic Studies.
Mr. Prime Minister: can not freeze the position of Iraq, the Arab, regional and international levels in order to solve a particular problem, because it does not have today any country is free of problems, and internal problems can be solved within the national framework.
He added: We have all the necessary introductions and preparations for the summit, the Arab League has informed us that everyone will attend the summit conference in Baghdad, and there will be a major presence at the level of leaders and presidents.
He called on Prime Minister Iraqi Group for Strategic Studies, to take their national role and effective in the context of the Arab summit in Baghdad, and to make positive atmosphere appropriate to move through the research centers and successful initiatives to support this topic.
He said: The convening of the Arab summit conference in Baghdad is a significant milestone in the history of Iraq, to which we aspire to be featured in the highest levels.
And the price of Mr. Prime Minister, the Iraqi group's efforts for Strategic Studies, and all the intellectuals for their distinctive performance of self and moved to Iraq and achieve the national interest, asserting that this role represents the true status of the intellectual take responsibility when the Iraqi national.
For their part, assured the members of the delegation of the Iraqi Strategic Studies that the success of the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad, the responsibility borne by all, and they have prepared a program and committees and workshops to carry out this task, through political action, media, and standardization of media discourse in the Summit, and all that would promote the success of this conference.