Arab League stresses the need to alleviate the debts of Arab countries on Iraq
PUKmedia PUKmedia 24/12/2008 1
The Arab League, the great desire to alleviate the debt incurred by the Arab countries Iraq, especially after the UN Security Council resolution No. 1859, containing the end of the mandate of the multinational forces and protect his money
. Set out the next economic summit, will cancel a large part of this debt, revealing the presence of big plan will be put in the near future to support the rescue and help Iraq.
. Said Amr Moussa, in a press conference held yesterday, "Tuesday" to mark the harvest of 2008 was attended by (morning) that the most important element that could be launched in the new Iraq is reconciliation, adding that the withdrawal of foreign troops coming to the core, and the relationship between the components of Iraqi society is the key to unity and the future and enable it to play the role of Arab and regional level.
. The reconciliation should take precedence over all Maaadaha as a starting point for Iraq, adding that this also requires action by the Arabs and help in the debt issue, training and expertise and trade. وقا ". Moussa said: The issue is not open an embassy in Arab Iraq, but the big plan will be put in a short time to support the rescue and help Iraq to overcome the obstacles put in the way and the most serious internal differences. " . Musa added: Is it possible for Iraq to enter the twenty-century atheist and there is the weight of the burden and impede the movement, "warning that a breakdown of Iraqi society, a very serious issue.
. In response to a question about the weakness of Arab investment in Iraq, compared to foreign investment, said Arab League Secretary General Amr Mussa said Arab investment in Iraq is linked to security and requires the air and safer for investors and Iraq, according to past reports of safety and security of that Snwkdaly need to invest in Iraq and must be for the investor Arab presence in Iraq. وفي س. In another question on the participation of the Arab League to supervise the forthcoming Iraqi elections, Moussa responded, we are ready to participate in the upcoming elections in Iraq in the event we have received an invitation from the Iraqi government and so in particular to the League of expertise and experience in this regard.
. The Arab League has prepared a report on the whole it has done during the year 2008, when he referred the report with respect to Iraq that the University has strengthened the Arab diplomatic presence in Baghdad, whether at the level of embassies, or the university in a clear reference to its eagerness to strengthen the link Iraq with its environment and the aspirations of the Arab world Arab towards the restoration of Iraq's stability and security of all its sons and to take part in building the new Iraq.