Iran strongly supports the security and stability of Iraq
The special assistant to the speaker of the parliament for international affairs said that the efforts of the United States and Saudi Arabia in the managed use and tool of terrorism and inciting insecurity and its growth in Iraq and the region are among the causes of insecurity.
According to ISNA, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Special Assistant to the Speaker of the Parliament for International Affairs, met yesterday (Sunday, February 3) with Hennis Plaskhart, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Iraq. At the beginning of the meeting, Amir Abdullahian, while emphasizing the deep and strategic relations between the two countries, said: “Tehran-Iraq relations always have a friendly and growing trend.”
The Special Assistant to the Speaker and Director-General for International Affairs also stressed the importance of continuing UNAMI’s work in coordination with legal institutions, including the Iraqi parliament and government.
He added: “The efforts of some countries, including the United States and Saudi Arabia, in managed use and a tool of terrorism and inciting insecurity and its growth in Iraq and the region are among the causes of insecurity in Iraq and the region.”
Amir Abdullahian described the important position of the authority and support for the Iraqi political and electoral process as an important opportunity for all Iraqis.
Referring to the American assassinations of Sardar Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, the UN Secretary-General said: “The United Nations must take international responsibility for the assassination of Sardar Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes – great national and international heroes in the fight against terrorism.” To act.
He went on to say that the enemies have once again targeted the security of Iraq: “We must fight the roots and causes of extremism and terrorism.” Criticizing the White House’s dual behavior, Amir Abdullahian added: “The United States must abandon its dual-standard approach to the political-security game and the strengthening of terrorism.”
He added: “The Islamic Republic of Iran strongly supports the security and stability of Iraq, and we consider the security of Iraq the security of Iran and warn those who seek the re-emergence of terrorism in Iraq, Syria and the region.”
Referring to the upcoming parliamentary elections in Iraq, the Special Assistant to the Speaker for International Affairs said: “We respect the vote and decision of the Iraqi people; Today, Iraq is an example of democracy in the region. Henice Plaschart: The roots of ISIL must be eradicated Hennis Plaschart also said in the meeting: The roots of terrorism must be eradicated and with the military defeat of ISIL, one cannot hope that their core has been destroyed.
He added: “Iraq is in a situation where it can decide for itself and hold its elections by resolving the existing differences.” “We also believe that the assassination of Sardar Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes has had a great impact on both nations and the region,” he said. The UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Iraq concluded: “The United Nations seeks peace and security and will do its utmost to hold a peaceful election in Iraq.”
This does not mean interfering in the affairs of Iraq, but we will only monitor the holding of a healthy election based on the people’s vote.