Iraq Is Today a Free Country
|June 28, 2013||Filled under Other News|
Baghdad- Foreign Minister, Hoshyar Zebari, said “Iraq is today a free country”.
Zebari said at a press conference held at United Nations Headquarters in New York, after the UN Security Council votes unanimously to exit Iraq from Chapter VII, “Iraq returned to normal status in the international system and would exercise its role as a stable state,” he said, adding that “Iraq has suffered greatly from the provincial measures and blockade and isolation and compensation”, adding that “Iraq has become a free country today and will go to the reconstruction and stability.”
In response to a question, Zebari, “UNAMI in Iraq located with the approval of the Government, and is working to strengthen Iraq’s relations with neighboring States, and has extensive operations to return Jewish archives and other things.”
And Zebari that “chapter VI differs from VII, there are negotiations on ending VI”, adding that “the provisions of Chapter VII provisions notified because they are binding, and is applicable to any country that threatens international security.”
He noted that “damages wars continue, Iraq will compensate victims through his own”.
With regard to the possibility of Iraq if military attack, “Zebari said Iraq has no air force, trying to buy military planes from other countries”, while at the same time denied that “the Iraq conflict in Syria relationship.”
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