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Post by claud39 on Sat May 30, 2020 10:37 am

[size=36]Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) to May 31, 2021[/size]




MAY 29, 2020





Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) to May 31, 2021 SC%20slide







The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) until May 31, 2021, by unanimously adopting resolution 2522 (2020).



By this text, the Council decides that the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq will give priority to providing advice, support and assistance to the Government and people of Iraq in order to promote inclusive political dialogue and reconciliation at the national and local levels. 


The Special Representative and the Mission will also endeavor to advise, support and assist the Government of Iraq and the relevant authorities in the areas of elections, constitutional review and the development of border dispute resolution procedures. The same is true for security sector reform, promotion of regional dialogue and cooperation, coordination and delivery of humanitarian assistance, Iraq's ability to provide the population with effective basic public and social services, economic reform and the conditions for sustainable development.


The advice and support of the Special Representative and the Mission are also awaited for the application of the principle of accountability, the protection of human rights, judicial and legal reform and the improvement of governance in Iraq. 


Due to the social distancing imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the inability to meet at United Nations Headquarters, the Security Council proceeds to adopt its resolutions by email. Each of the 15 members sends their vote to the Director of the Security Council Affairs Division, who transmits them to the President of the Council. The latter is then required to convene a videoconference to announce the result of the vote. 


Text of the draft resolution (S / 2020/449)


The Security Council ,


Recalling all its previous resolutions concerning Iraq, in particular resolutions 1500 (2003) , 1546 (2004) , 1557 (2004) , 1619 (2005) , 1700 (2006) , 1770 (2007) , 1830 (2008) , 1883 (2009) , 1936 (2010) , 2001 (2011) , 2061 (2012) , 2110 (2013) , 2169 (2014) , 2233 (2015) , 2299 (2016) , 2379 (2017) , 2421 (2018) and 2470 (2019) , and reaffirmingresolution 2107 (2013) on the situation between Iraq and Kuwait, and the values ​​affirmed in resolution 2367 (2017) ,


Reaffirming the independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Iraq, and stressing the importance of the stability, prosperity and security of Iraq for the Iraqi people, the region and the community international, in particular given the victory of Iraq, on its territory, against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Daesh),


Supporting Iraq to help it cope with the difficulties it faces as it pursues its stabilization efforts and fights in particular against terrorism, ISIL, Al-Qaida and elements affiliated with them , and as it continues to work for recovery, reconstruction and reconciliation, including fulfilling the obligation to meet the needs of all Iraqis, including women, youth, children, displaced persons and members of ethnic and religious minorities,


Welcoming the efforts made by the Iraqi Government to urgently implement genuine reforms intended to meet the legitimate demands of the Iraqi people and in particular to combat corruption, ensure the provision of essential services, and diversify the economy of the country , create jobs, improve governance and strengthen the viability and efficiency of public institutions,


Commending the Government of Iraq for its efforts to prepare and organize genuinely free and fair elections, which are led and controlled by the Iraqis and are inclusive, credible and participatory, and welcoming the fact that the Government of Iraq has asked 'To provide the United Nations with additional advice, support and technical assistance in electoral matters in this context, including through the good offices of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General,


Calling on the international community to remain firmly committed alongside Iraq and to support its action in the humanitarian field and in the areas of stabilization, reconstruction and development,


1.    Decides to extend the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq until May 31, 2021;


2.    Decides that, as requested by the Government of Iraq and taking into account the letter addressed to the Secretary-General by the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq ( S / 2020/448 ), the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and the Mission assistance to Iraq will focus on:


(a) Prioritize the provision of advice, support and assistance to the Government and the people of Iraq in order to promote inclusive political dialogue and reconciliation at the national and local levels;


b) Continue to advise, support and help:


i) the Government of Iraq and the Independent High Electoral Commission in the context of the preparation and organization of free and fair elections and referendums, led and controlled by the Iraqis, in particular by carrying out regular technical reviews and establishing detailed reports on election preparation and electoral procedures, in the context of the regular reporting cycle of the Secretary-General;


(ii) the Government of Iraq and the Chamber of Deputies in connection with the revision of the Constitution, the application of its provisions and the development of internal border dispute resolution procedures acceptable to the Government of Iraq;


(iii) the Government of Iraq in the context of the implementation of security sector reform, giving particular priority to the planning, financing and execution of efforts to strengthen state control as well that reintegration programs for former members of armed groups, as appropriate, in coordination with other multinational entities;


(iv) the Government of Iraq in the promotion of regional dialogue and cooperation, in particular on questions relating to border security, energy, trade, the environment, water, infrastructure, public health and refugees;


(c) Promote, support and facilitate, in coordination with the Government of Iraq:


(i) the coordination and delivery of humanitarian aid and, where appropriate, the voluntary repatriation or local integration of refugees and displaced persons, in complete safety and in good order, in particular through the United Nations country team;


(ii) the coordination and implementation of programs aimed at strengthening Iraq's capacity to provide the population with effective basic public and social services, including health and education, and the continuation of assistance to efforts to coordinate critical aid and reconstruction programs, which Iraq is actively pursuing with regional and international donors, in particular by ensuring the effective monitoring of commitments made at the international level;


(iii) efforts made, in particular by Iraq, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, with regard to economic reform, capacity-building and the creation of conditions necessary for sustainable development and for the recovery and reconstruction in particular in areas affected by terrorism, including by coordinating their action with national and regional organizations and, where appropriate, civil society, donors and other international institutions;


(iv) the contribution of the specialized agencies, funds and programs of the United Nations to the objectives described in this resolution, under the central leadership of the Secretary-General acting through his Special Representative for Iraq, with the support of the Special Representative assistant they have designated;


d) Promote the application of the principle of accountability, the protection of human rights, and judicial and legal reform, with full respect for the sovereignty of Iraq, in order to strengthen the rule of law and improve governance in Iraq, while supporting the activities of the United Nations Team of Investigators tasked with holding Daesh / Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant to account for its crimes, which was established by resolution 2379 ( 2017) ;


(e) Take into account, in all aspects of their mandate, gender issues, which are cross-cutting issues, and advise and assist the Government of Iraq with a view to ensuring the full, equal and genuine contribution, participation and representation of women at all levels;


(f) Support the Government of Iraq and the United Nations country team in strengthening child protection activities, including the rehabilitation and reintegration of children;


3.    Considers that the security of United Nations personnel is essential for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq to carry out its work for the people of Iraq, and calls on the Government of Iraq to continue to work support the United Nations security and logistical presence in Iraq;


4.    Intends to review the mandate and reporting cycle of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq by May 31, 2021, or sooner if requested by the Government of Iraq;


5.    Requests the Secretary-General to report to it every three months on the progress made by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq in carrying out all of its tasks;


6.    Decides to remain seized of the matter.





MAINTAIN THE PEACE
IRAQ


For information media • Unofficial document.



https://www.un.org/press/fr/2020/sc14200.doc.htm
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Post by claud39 on Mon Jun 01, 2020 11:28 am

[size=32]Al-Kaabi issued a statement regarding the UN Security Council’s decision to extend the work of the United Nations Mission in Iraq for another year [/size]




 05/31/2020

Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) to May 31, 2021 Untitled-2-2-800x445

* Al-Kaabi calls the UN mission to leave the negatives of the previous stage in its work inside Iraq and work in an impartial and objective manner *


Today, Sunday, 5/31/2020, Mr. Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, issued a statement regarding the UN Security Council’s decision to extend the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Iraq, for another year.


The following is the text of the statement:


While we welcome the issuance of UN Security Council Resolution No. 2522 (2020) at its meeting on May 29, 2020, which extended the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq until May 31, 2021, which indicates the international community’s desire to prioritize the provision of Advice, support, and assistance to the government and people of Iraq on advancing comprehensive and political dialogue, national and community reconciliation, security and economic sector reform, planning, and providing humanitarian assistance, and implementing programs to improve the country's ability to provide effective basic civil and social services, to ensure prosperity and security of Iraq and its return to its prominent position at the regional levels And international affairs, thus contributing to strengthening international peace and security.


We call on the UN mission in Iraq to leave the negative aspects of the previous stage in its work in the country, and to work in an impartial, objective and professional manner to achieve concrete results on the ground consistent with the size of the mission and the tasks assigned to it and to play the real role assigned to it in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions and in a manner consistent with The requirements of full respect for the country's sovereignty and leaders, and its unity and territorial integrity.


We also affirm that there should be no interference in the internal affairs of the country, in accordance with international law and diplomatic norms, and strive to promote a comprehensive political dialogue for all to resolve outstanding issues, implement effective programs to build the capacities of individuals and institutions, support national development efforts at the political and humanitarian levels, and provide neutral professional advice and support To the government of Iraq at its request and in all areas, including humanitarian and stabilization, reconstruction and development efforts, providing more advice, support and assistance to the Iraqi government, facilitating dialogue and cooperation at the regional level, on issues including border security, energy, the environment, water, coordination and delivery of humanitarian assistance, and the return of refugees, Coordination and implementation of programs to improve Iraq's ability to provide effective basic civil and social services, including health care and education, and to continue to support the effective coordination undertaken by Iraq between regional and international donorsFor critical reconstruction-related programs.


Add to this the need to enhance its role in the effective follow-up of international pledges, support and facilitate the efforts of Iraq, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and others in the area of ​​economic reform and capacity-building, creating conditions for achieving sustainable development, recovery and reconstruction, and coordinating with national and regional organizations, civil society, donors and institutions Other internationals, as appropriate.


In addition to supporting local efforts aimed at prosecuting ISIS gang members for crimes that amount to war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, and providing the countries concerned with fair compensation to Iraq for the terrorist crimes committed by its citizens against our people.


We also wish to stress the importance of the reports and briefings that the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations submits to the UN Security Council on the situation in the country and the progress made in it with professionalism, objectivity, impartiality and fairness, other than what was indicated in the previous briefings.


Media office
of the First Vice-President of the House of Representatives
5/31/2020





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Post by claud39 on Mon Jun 01, 2020 11:51 am

[size=36][rtl]Al-Kaabi calls the UN mission to leave the negative aspects of the previous stage[/rtl][/size]


Monday 01 June 2020





Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) to May 31, 2021 Alsabaah-37355










Baghdad / Al-Sabah
 
 

The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Al-Kaabi, welcomed the extension of the work of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq, and while Al-Kaabi called on the UN mission to leave the negatives of the previous stage in its work, he stressed the necessity of not interfering in the internal affairs of the country, in accordance with international law and norms Diplomacy.



The UN Security Council decided unanimously to extend the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) until May 31, 2021, during a video conference held on May 29.



A statement of the First Deputy Media Office, which was received by Al-Sabah, stated that "First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi issued a statement yesterday, Sunday, on the UN Security Council's decision to extend the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Iraq for another year."
 

Al-Kaabi said, "We welcome the decision of the United Nations Security Council to extend the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq, which reflects the desire of the international community to give priority to providing advice, support and assistance to the government and people of Iraq on advancing comprehensive and political dialogue, national and community reconciliation, security and economic sector reform and planning, and providing Humanitarian assistance and implementation of programs to improve the country's ability to provide effective basic civil and social services, in a manner that guarantees the prosperity and security of Iraq and its return to occupying its prominent position at the regional and international levels, thus contributing to the promotion of international peace and security. 



Al-Kaabi called, according to the statement, the UN mission in Iraq to leave the negative aspects of the previous stage in its work in the country, and to work in an impartial, objective and professional manner to achieve concrete results on the ground consistent with the size of the mission and the tasks entrusted to it and to assume the real role assigned to it in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions In a manner consistent with the requirements of full respect for the country's sovereignty and leaders, and its unity and territorial integrity. "



Al-Kaabi stressed, “It is imperative not to interfere in the internal affairs of the country, in accordance with international law and diplomatic norms, and strive to promote a comprehensive political dialogue for all to resolve outstanding issues, implement effective programs to build the capacity of individuals and institutions, support national development efforts at the political and humanitarian levels, and provide neutral professional advice and support To the government of Iraq at its request and in all areas, including humanitarian and stabilization, reconstruction and development efforts, providing more advice, support and assistance to the Iraqi government, facilitating dialogue and cooperation at the regional level, on issues including border security, energy, the environment, water, coordination and delivery of humanitarian assistance, and the return of refugees, Coordination and implementation of programs to improve Iraq's ability to provide effective basic civil and social services, including health care and education, and to continue to support the effective coordination undertaken by Iraq between regional and international donorsFor critical reconstruction-related programs. ”



Al-Kaabi stressed, according to the statement, the need to enhance its role in the effective follow-up to international pledges, support and facilitate the efforts of Iraq, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other parties in the field of economic reform and capacity-building, creating conditions for achieving sustainable development, recovery and reconstruction, and coordination with national and regional organizations and civil society Donors and other international institutions, as appropriate, as well as support local efforts to try ISIS gang members for crimes amounting to war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, and provide the countries concerned with fair compensation to Iraq for the terrorist crimes of its citizens against our own people.Al-Kaabi stressed “the importance of the reports and briefings that the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations provides to the UN Security Council on the situation in the country and the progress made in it with professionalism, objectivity, impartiality and fairness, other than what was indicated in the previous briefings.









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