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Is scheduled to arrive on Friday, a delegation from the UN Security Council to the Iraqi capital Baghdad, and meet with Iraqi officials and officials of the Kurdistan Region.

The spokesman for the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, Ahmed al-Sahaf, that the visit of the international delegation comes within the framework of support for Iraq and in response to a call by the government.

Pointing out that the visit takes one day.

"Members of the Security Council will meet with the Iraqi political leaders to confirm Iraq's sovereignty, security and territorial integrity," he told reporters.

"The visit of members of the Security Council will be to confirm their support for the continuation of Iraq's efforts to stabilize and reconstruction. As well as a clear indication of the active and effective role of Iraqi diplomacy ».

The delegation is scheduled to meet with the President of the Republic and the ministers and the Iraqi parliament, along with representatives of the Kurdistan Region in Baghdad.

The visit comes amid rising tensions between the United States and Iran, and the direct effects of this tension on Iraq, which is located on the territory of US forces and bases, and armed militias directly supported by Iran.

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On 25 June 2019, the Council of Ministers chaired by Prime Minister, His Excellency Mr. Adel Abdul-Mahdi, approved the National Housing Council’s recommendations proposed during its fifteenth meeting. These recommendations included the approval of the “Iraq Housing Reconstruction and Housing Development Strategy in the Liberated Areas”, developed and finalized with support from the United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat).




Ministries and relevant authorities have been tasked to coordinate with each other to prepare detailed procedures and an operational plan to initiate the implementation of the Strategy. The Council of Ministers also endorsed the National Programme’s Roadmap to increase, maintain and effectively manage the country’s housing stock. The Roadmap was prepared and presented by UN-Habitat in harmony with the Iraq Housing Reconstruction Strategy.

The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, His Excellency Mr. Hamid Al-Ghazi, expressed his “thanks and appreciation for UN-Habitat’s efforts in supporting the return of displaced persons, and in so doing, strengthening their resilience through rehabilitating houses in conflict-affected areas.”
Ms. Marta Ruedas, Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General/Resident Coordinator/Humanitarian Coordinator, mentioned “The United Nations is working with the Government of Iraq to create an environment where displaced families can return safely and rebuild their lives. The Housing Reconstruction Strategy is a critical guideline for rebuilding and development in Iraq, which tackles housing challenges faced by conflict-affected people and proposes practical solutions to achieve a better urban future.”
Dr. Erfan Ali, Regional Director of Arab States, UN-Habitat, highlighted the importance of approving the Housing Reconstruction Strategy in Iraq at this juncture. Dr. Ali explained that the Strategy will frame and direct the efforts of all stakeholders to accelerate the recovery of damaged houses through tried and tested approaches as well as best practices to provide adequate housing for those affected by the conflict. These measures include the rehabilitation of damaged houses, construction of low-cost housing units, and the upgrading of informal settlements through two main mechanisms: providing building materials to affected persons, and secondly, organizing and managing home loan schemes for affected persons.
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ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – A delegation from the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) arrived in Baghdad for the first time in nearly three decades.
The visit comes in response to an invitation made by Baghdad.
UNSC delegations to Iraq have been suspended since the invasion of Kuwait in the 1990s and ensuing sanctions against Baghdad.
A spokesperson for Iraq's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmad al-Sahhaf, said the one-day visit was part of Iraq’s support for “stability and reconstruction,” and would be done in a way that “confirms the sovereignty, security, and territorial integrity of Iraq.”
No accompanying visit to the Kurdistan Region was announced, but could not be ruled out. 
The UNSC is made up of five permanent member states – China, France, Russia, the UK, and the US – and ten non-permanent member states which serve two-year terms. Currently, those are Belgium, Côte d’Ivoire, Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Germany, Indonesia, Kuwait, Peru, Poland, South Africa.
According to Sahhaf, the international delegation and Iraqi officials will discuss the latest developments in the country as well as the growing concern in the region due to current US-Iranian tensions.
Two days before the delegation landed, A large gathering of demonstrators, some appearing to be wearing military uniforms, stormed the Bahraini embassy in Baghdad late Thursday to protest the American so-called "deal of the century" Middle East peace proposal. 
Related Article: Crowds storm Bahrain embassy in Baghdad to protest US Palestine peace plan
The attack came as Jared Kushner, senior adviser to US President Donald Trump, is in the Bahraini capital of Manama, presenting the plan.
A political source in Baghdad told Kurdistan 24 that the event was organized with the support of notorious Iran-backed militia group Kata'ib Hezbollah, designated a foreign terrorist organization by the US in 2009.


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Kuwait's permanent representative to the United Nations and the head of the UN Security Council for the current session, Mansour al-Otaibi, said Saturday that Iraq has sacrificed a lot to defeat the organization "Daash". He pointed out that there is a determination to create a mechanism to follow up the reconstruction of liberated areas.


Al-Otaibi said in an interview with Alsumaria that "the visit of the members of the Security Council to Baghdad is the first in its history," noting that "meetings were held with Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and President Barham Saleh, as well as Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali Hakim."






He added that "the meetings were very fruitful, has been reviewed relations with Iraq and neighboring countries and Iraq's positions on the Gulf and the challenges facing Iraq." 

Al-Otaibi explained that "Iraq has sacrificed a lot to the defeat of an advocate and the international community should stand with Iraq in this period." 

The President of the Security Council pointed out that "the International Conference held in February last year, headed by a Kuwaiti Iraqi with the participation of the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank, resulted in the meeting pledges from many countries exceeded 30 billion dollars," noting that "the question is how We are creating a mechanism to follow up on these pledges to reconstruct the liberated areas? "


A delegation of members of the Security Council, arrived earlier in the day, Saturday, to the capital Baghdad at the invitation of the Iraqi government.


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Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim on Saturday called on the UN Security Council to help Iraq rebuild its liberated areas.


"The visit of members of the UN Security Council has been largely prepared with the members, not the ease of bringing all the members to one state," Hakim said in an interview with Alsumaria. "The goal was to come to Baghdad to review with us all the sensitive and important issues and give them an idea of ​​what they are doing. Iraq in the present and the future ".






"We told the members that Iraq defeated a military supporter, but there are liberated areas that need reconstruction. We asked the Security Council to help Iraq in this area," he said. 

"There is a conference on the reconstruction of the liberated areas held in Kuwait and this conference put some money to help Iraq and we are going to cooperate with the committee of this conference to complete these procedures."


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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Saturday thanked the members of the UN Security Council during his meeting with them today.


"The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, receives the members of the UN Security Council, and thanks the Council's attention and support for Iraq, its people and its government," the media office said in a statement received by Alsumaria News. 

The statement added that "members of the Security Council praised the policy of the Iraqi government balanced and its relationship with the Arab and international environment."







"Our historic visit to Iraq is the first of its kind," the UN Security Council said, referring to "supporting Iraq's sovereignty and stability and the Iraqi government's direction." 


"The sacrifices of the Iraqis and their victory over a supporter deserves greater support for reconstruction efforts," the statement quoted Abdul Mahdi as saying.

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The foreign ministry announced on Friday that members of the UN Security Council would visit Baghdad on Saturday to confirm their support for Iraq's continued stability and reconstruction efforts.




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The Information Office of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi published on Saturday details of the meeting of the latter with members of the UN Security Council.


The office said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, received on Saturday members of the UN Security Council, the first visit to Iraq," noting that "Abdul Mahdi reviewed the efforts of the Iraqi government in the areas of economic reform and sustainable development and investment of natural resources Increase agricultural production and work to extend the rule of law and justice between the components of the Iraqi people and equal opportunities and attention to women's rights and increase their participation in political life and administrative positions.






Abdul Mahdi expressed his thanks and appreciation for this visit, noting that "this important visit shows the support of the Council and its interest in Iraq and the changes taking place in all areas and successfully overcome the great political, economic and security challenges." 

He added that "Iraq has witnessed external and internal wars and campaigns of oppression and destruction and waves of terrorism and inherited the destruction of infrastructure and social divisions and the destruction of our wealth and resources, human and material debt and large, and yet the Iraqis were able to pass the Constitution and the holding of several legislative elections led to a change and peaceful circulation of power and won to promote and liberated their cities" .


"When the supreme religious authority issued the advisory opinion of the Jihad to defend Iraq, millions volunteered and united and this unity won over a supporter," pointing out that "our forces in various formations united and mobilized their forces and managed to achieve victory." 

"The deep crises, sacrifices and major challenges faced by Iraq deserve greater international support for the reconstruction of liberated and affected areas," he said, pointing out that "our foreign policy is based on not engaging in the policy of axes and focusing on the many participants that bring us together with neighboring and regional countries, Interests and prosperity of all the peoples of the region and avoid tensions, crises and wars, and that these balanced relations achieve gains for Iraq and its people. "

During the meeting with the members of the Security Council, all members affirmed the support of the Security Council for Iraq, sovereignty, unity and stability. It also discussed the continuation of cooperation and coordination and the strengthening of the work of the UN Mission in the humanitarian, displaced, reconstruction of liberated areas and issues of women and children. The President and members of the Security Council expressed their support for sovereignty Iraq and its unity and the reconstruction plans, praising "the policy of the Iraqi government balanced and its relations with the Arab, regional and international environment."

"We are pleased with this historic visit and our message to you that we have come to express our support for Iraq and its unity and sovereignty and to extend our congratulations on the victory over the martyrdom of the people of Iraq and for the international community to stand by you and support the partnership and efforts of the mission," he said. International "in Iraq, which works with the approval of the Iraqi government and the successes achieved in various fields," Hello "the initiative of the Iraqi government to improve relations with neighboring countries and the Arab and regional and international and described wise policy that serves the interests of Iraq and all countries in the region, as well as our support for the efforts of reconstruction and reform steps of the Iraqi government. "

The other members of the Council, who spoke during the meeting, congratulated the Iraqi people for liberating their cities and territories and completing the government formation and its efforts to consolidate stability and social cohesion, expressing support for Iraq's sovereignty and supporting the government's efforts to strengthen Iraq's role and role. 

The meeting was attended by Deputy Foreign Minister, Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations, Head of the Department of Organizations, Director of the United Nations Department of Foreign Affairs, and a number of advisors.




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BAGHDAD - The capital Baghdad will host members of the UN Security Council on Saturday for a one-day visit at the invitation of the government.
"This is a historic visit that comes in line with Iraq's intention to strengthen its international start, its effectiveness and its growing diplomatic activity in achieving openness to the world, guided by the basic principles of the Charter of the United Nations," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said in a statement. Which is one of its founders. "
"It also marks the contents of this visit to success in efforts to extend security, stability and reconstruction, as well as to assert the sovereignty, unity and integrity of Iraq."
"Iraq expresses the importance of this visit to an important organ of the United Nations because of its pivotal role in maintaining peace, security and the resolution of international issues through political means. It believes that its role must be strengthened and its functions effectively discharged; Suffer from the region. "
He revealed that " the visit includes conducting meetings with the presidents of the Republic , Barham Salih, and the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi, the Council ofMinisters , Adel Abdul - Mahdi, and representatives of the government of the Kurdistan region of Iraq , " .anthy 2

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The members of the UN Security Council on Saturday urged the federal government to apply Article 140 of the permanent Iraqi constitution.
"The council supports the international team to investigate the crimes committed by a sympathetic organization in Iraq," members of the council delegation told a news conference in Baghdad today.
Members of the UN Security Council voted to support the Security Council to rebuild the areas freed from the grip of the militant group, as evidenced by grants and loans at the Kuwait conference.
The members stressed the need to preserve the security and stability of Iraq and to play its role in the region and the world.
On Article 140 of the Constitution, members of the delegation said that "this subject was discussed with a number of Iraqi officials, as well as with the United Nations mission in the country."
"We support the implementation of the country's permanent constitution, and we encourage adherence to it."



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Following is the text of the statement to the press delivered today by the President of the Security Council for the month of June, Mr. Mansour Al-Otaibi (Kuwait):
On 28 and 29 June, members of the Security Council traveled to Kuwait and, for the first time, to Iraq, on a mission co-led by Kuwait and the United States of America, and are grateful the Governments of Kuwait, Iraq and the United Nations to facilitate the visit.
Council members noted that this visit was an opportunity to highlight their support for Iraq as it continues its post-conflict recovery, stabilization, reconstruction and reconciliation efforts to meet the needs of all Iraqis, and emphasized the importance of respecting the sovereignty, unity, territorial integrity and security of Iraq.
In Kuwait, on June 28, Council members met with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Sabah Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah. They welcomed the strong bilateral ties between Iraq and Kuwait, and commended the Government of Kuwait for its continued support to Iraq as it strives to achieve stability and prosperity.
Council members also met with the Deputy Special Representative for Political Affairs at the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), Alice Walpole, and the head of the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Red (ICRC) in Kuwait as Chairman of the Tripartite Mechanism, Omar Odeh. Council members commended both entities for their role in implementing resolution [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2107 (2013)]2107 (2013)[/url] to resolve outstanding issues related to the disappearance of Kuwaiti and third-country nationals and the return of Kuwaiti property including the national archives, and urged continued engagement on these issues.
Council members welcomed the Joint Statement of 19 June by the Tripartite Mechanism on the Recent Discovery of Remains in Muthanna Province (Iraq), which could be that of Kuwaiti nationals, including civilians and prisoners of war. war, as a result of the joint action of the Governments of Iraq and Kuwait and the ICRC.
Council members met with World Bank representative Ghassan Khoja and encouraged active regional and international donor coordination and effective monitoring of international commitments to Iraq, including at the 2018 Kuwait International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq, as well as those taken by the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank, and welcomed the work towards recovery and reconstruction to meet the needs of all Iraqis.
In Iraq, on 29 June, the members of the Council met with President Barham Salih, Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mehdi, Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali Al-Hakim, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Mohammed al -Halboussi, the President of the Government of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, representatives of political blocs in the Chamber of Deputies and members of civil society organizations and non-governmental organizations.
The members of the Council welcomed the recent constructive progress made towards the full training of the Government of Iraq, with the confirmation of the Ministers of Justice, Defense and the Interior, which will strengthen and reaffirm the national unity, sovereignty and independence of Iraq. The members of the Council know that it is important for the Government of Iraq to respect the values ​​set forth in the Iraqi Constitution and to meet the needs of all Iraqis, including women, youth, children, internally displaced persons and members of all communities. ethnic and religious minorities.
Council members discussed the measures taken to implement the Government's national program for 2018-22, including to combat corruption and strengthen the viability and effectiveness of public institutions. They welcomed the sustained and active engagement of the Government of Iraq to promote good neighborly relations and to further support regional stability.
The members of the Council welcomed the continued commitment of the Government of Iraq and the Government of the Kurdistan Region to the resolution of all outstanding issues, in accordance with the Iraqi Constitution. They also welcomed the progress made towards the full formation of a new Government in the Kurdistan Region.
Council members expressed awareness of the challenges facing Iraq in its post-conflict transition, including the provision of basic services. They emphasized the need for economic reform, attracting more foreign investment and regional economic integration to better meet the aspirations and concerns of the people of Iraq. They welcomed the counter-terrorism measures taken by the Government of Iraq, in association with local and regional authorities, and encouraged them to strengthen their coordination further.
Council members discussed the humanitarian situation in Iraq and stressed the importance of ensuring the safe, dignified and voluntary return of all internally displaced persons affected by the conflict, including in the liberated areas of Da'esh / EIIL.
Council members reaffirmed their support to UNAMI and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Iraq and UNAMI Chief Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert to continue in accordance with the mandate contained in resolution [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2470 (2019)]2470 (2019). )[/url] , to support and assist the Government of Iraq to promote, inter alia, inclusive political dialogue and reconciliation at the national and local levels, regional cooperation, security sector reform and judicial and legal reforms.
Council members emphasized the importance of supporting the work of the United Nations Team of Investigators to bring Daesh / Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant to account for its crimes, created by resolution [url=https://undocs.org/fr/S/RES/2379 (2017)]2379 (2017)[/url]and led by Special Adviser Karim Khan, collecting, storing and storing evidence of acts that could amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, and emphasized that The Team will act in full respect of Iraq's sovereignty and jurisdiction over offenses committed on Iraqi territory. They also stressed the importance of the Team fulfilling its mandate in an independent and impartial manner and ensuring that those of its members who were Iraqi benefited from international expertise and spare no effort to exchange knowledge with Iraq and provide technical assistance.
Council members reaffirmed their support for the work undertaken by the United Nations country team in support of Iraq and its people.




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On Monday, the United Nations published a report after its visit to Iraq, which showed that there was an improvement in the security situation in order to encourage investment and the continuation of the work of humanitarian organizations in Iraq.


"The security situation has improved to encourage investment and allows international organizations, the UN mission and other diplomatic missions to work widely," UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy Peter Drenan said during a visit to Iraq to assess the security situation.






The report praised "the role of the Iraqi government and the Prime Minister's Office through the National Operations Center in facilitating the functions of international agencies based on the Center's knowledge of the role of the United Nations in terms of political, humanitarian and development." 

The report pointed to "the emphasis on the role of the United Nations in the face of extremism, and the continuation of the work of humanitarian organizations in Iraq." 

"The goal of the Iraqi government is to work for the return of the displaced to their places of residence, to provide services and education, to rehabilitate the infrastructure of the liberated cities and the importance of the United Nations as a key partner in supporting those efforts," the report said.


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The UN Secretary-General's envoy, Under Secretary-General for Safety and Security, Peter Drenan, on Monday, made five comments on the situation in Iraq. 
He presented Drennan, his report to the United Nations after the end of his visit to Iraq and Jordan to assess the security situation in the two countries. " 

The most important policies included in it about 
Iraq: the improved security situation , including encouraging investment and allow international organizations of the United Nations and diplomatic missions and other mission work 
widely. Praised the role of the Iraqi government and the Prime Minister 's Office through the National operations Center in facilitating international agencies from knowledge of the functions of the center role of the United Nations with regard to the political, humanitarian and development 
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extremism. the report confirmed ASTM Rar the work of humanitarian organizations in Iraq.

The objective of the Iraqi government is to work on the return of the displaced to their places of residence, provision of services and education, rehabilitation of the infrastructure of liberated cities and the importance of the United Nations as a key partner in supporting these efforts.



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A delegation from the UN Security Council visits Baghdad Empty Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations meets a delegation from the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI)

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The chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, Mirkoj, met on Wednesday 10/7-2019 a delegation from the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) headed by Mr. Manoj Mathieu. 

At the start of the meeting held at the headquarters of the Committee MP Mirwais pointed out that the Committee on Foreign Relations works through committees of friendship with the world parliaments to support the work of international organizations through their oversight and legislative role and follow the level of diplomatic missions abroad. 


"The stability of the situation in Iraq is stable, which represents an opportunity for all representatives working in Iraq to support the reconstruction of the areas affected by the terrorist gangs," he said, referring to the serious efforts to counter the remaining terrorist ideology in the country. Witnessed conflicts and anti-corruption efforts and the service sector.
Commenting on the possibility that Iraq could play a role in easing the crisis between Iran and the United States, MP Mirwais said that Iraq would not be part of any conflict taking place in the region between Iran and the United States as two allies. 


During the meeting, they discussed the issue of the disputed areas, the water issue and Iraq's need for UNAMI's cooperation in coordination with neighboring countries and studying the needs of Iraq in the future as well as discussing the issue of borders and the need to support Iraq in ensuring its preservation.



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The United Nations: Iraq will not be a party to the conflict between Iran and America




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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq will not be a party to the conflict between Iran and the United States, the foreign affairs committee said on Wednesday, noting that it is seeking to counter the remaining terrorist ideology in the country.




"The head of the Foreign Relations Committee, Mirkoj, met with a delegation from the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) headed by Manoj Mathieu," the office of the committee's chairman, Shirko Merwais, said in a statement.


"The Committee on Foreign Relations is working through committees of friendship with the world parliaments to support the work of international organizations through their oversight and legislative role and follow the level of diplomatic missions abroad."


"The situation in Iraq is stable, which represents an opportunity for all representatives working in Iraq to support the reconstruction of areas affected by terrorist gangs," he said. Witnessed struggles and efforts to combat corruption and the service sector. "


"Iraq will not be a party to any conflict taking place in the region between Iran and the United States because they are two allies," he said.







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A delegation from the UN Security Council visits Baghdad Empty Security Council sees progress in Iraq and welcomes improved relations between Iraq and Kuwait

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[size=36]Security Council sees progress in Iraq and welcomes improved relations between Iraq and Kuwait[/size]


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The Security Council heard a brief briefing this morning from Kuwait on the visit of members of the Council from 27 to 30 June 2019 to Iraq and Kuwait. They noted a rapprochement between the two countries and progress in Iraq.

This progress is illustrated, inter alia, by the confirmation on 24 June of the ministers of justice, defense and the interior, said Kuwait, which also welcomed the progress made in the formation of the new Kurdistan Regional Government. 


The members of the Council, who were part of the mission, welcomed the continued commitment of the Governments of Iraq and Kurdistan to resolve all outstanding issues, in accordance with the Iraqi Constitution. They confirmed that the Government of Iraq respects the values ​​set forth in its Constitution and that it meets the needs of all Iraqis irrespective of their ethnic and religious groups. 


"I have been fortunate to see in person the progress made by Iraq in many ways," said the United States, co-organizers of the visit. This first mission in Iraq shows, they stressed, the "strong and continuous" commitment of the international community for the stability and prosperity of the country.


Kuwait, which detailed the goals and results of the mission, said that the members of the Council had traveled to Iraq for the first time with the stated objective of supporting post-conflict rehabilitation and reconstruction, sovereignty, and the rule of law. unity, security and territorial integrity of the country. 


It was also intended to observe and support the efforts of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) in implementing its mandate pursuant to resolutions 2470 (2019), on the situation concerning Iraq. , and 2107 (2013), on the situation between Iraq and Kuwait, and the other relevant resolutions of the Council. 


Kuwait also stressed that the purpose of the visit was to recognize the challenges facing Iraq in a post-conflict environment, including the humanitarian situation, economic reform, investment attraction, regional integration and the fulfillment of aspirations. and the concerns of the Iraqi people. The visit also intended to observe and support the efforts of the Team of Investigators in support of national efforts to bring ISIL (Da'esh) to account, established by the resolution 2379 (2017). 


Daesh no longer controls any territory in Iraq but "the fight is not over," warned the United States. A real defeat requires the stabilization of liberated areas, the building of resilient communities, the security of all Iraqis and the recognition of diversity as an essential part of the country's wealth and strength. The visit, estimated by the United States, was a success because of the large amount of first-hand information obtained from Iraq's interlocutors and UN staff. 


We have managed to overcome all the difficulties of the past, confirmed today Iraq. We have reached a developed level of democracy, he added, seeing in this evolution the proof that the Iraqi people are aware of the progress they have madeWe have demonstrated to all the people of the world that we continue to fight against terrorism, "said Iraq proudly, referring to the victories won against terrorist groups which, only five years ago, controlled 30% to 40% territory of Iraq. 


The mission also wanted to meet Kuwaitis and citizens of other countries and assess progress in the return of Kuwaiti property, including national archives, in accordance with resolution 2107. Listening to a wide range of stakeholders met to discuss bilateral commitments in particular between Kuwait and Iraq and regional issues, Kuwait welcomed the support of UNAMI Deputy Chief Alice Walpole and the head of the delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kuwait , as Chairman of the Tripartite Mechanism, Mr. Omar Odeh. 


Council members also met with the representative of the World Bank, Mr. Ghassan Khoja, on the follow-up of international funding announcements to Iraq, including at the International Conference Held in Kuwait for the Reconstruction of Iraq , chaired jointly by Kuwait, Iraq, the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank. 


The Russian Federation emphasized the importance of such visits and congratulated Kuwait and Iraq for their desire to establish good-neighborly relations and resolve the issues inherited from the first Gulf War. The visit underscored the importance of de-escalation but also, the Russian Federation added, to note that the fight against terrorism "is far from over". She reiterated her idea of ​​creating an international counter-terrorism front through regional and subregional cooperation, with respect for human rights and international law. 



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